Why should Bill Clinton get to feel all the pain? Hillary wants in on that action, too:
An Iowa fifth grader asked Hillary: “What are you going to do about all this bullying?”https://t.co/XH2uNcu9yO
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) December 23, 2015
— CNN (@CNN) December 23, 2015
So, so moved:
“What are you going to do about bullying?” the 10-year-old Hannah asked, standing in the front row of Clinton’s event.
“I have asthma and occasionally I hear people talking behind my back,” said Hannah, a fifth-grader eliciting “awws” and applause from the audience and a long hug from the former first lady.
“You are looking at somebody who’s had a lot of terrible things said about me and I am well aware of the fact that it’s really easy to do that,” Clinton said Tuesday, less than 24 hours after the Trump incident. “Luckily, I’m old enough where it doesn’t particularly bother me, but I can’t even imagine what it’s like to be you know a young person in today’s world where that’s coming at you all the time.”
Excuse us … we need to go dust off the world’s tiniest violin. Hillary’s got a lotta nerve playing the victim card.
— Marc Gillbert (@MGillbert1913) December 23, 2015
— That Just Happened (@TheCornKing) December 23, 2015
And she’s damn good at it, thank you very much.
— Kim (@Bruins_77_) December 23, 2015
@HuffPostPol she has done her fair share of bullying also, ask the WH detail.
— Triplee (@gene_alice) December 23, 2015
— RelaxinRod (@u_relaxinrod) December 23, 2015
How ironic! Getting lectured about bullying by the Queen of all bullies-@HillaryClinton. Did she practice on Bill or his victims?
— Steven Dozeman (@NamezoD) December 23, 2015
She bullied Bill's accusers… ~ Hillary Clinton tells a fifth-grader she's also had to deal with bullies. https://t.co/0mLI3hFdhm
— Meta World Data (@Pqlyur1) December 23, 2015
"Well young lady, first I'll arrest video makers, then I'll ruin the lives of the women my husband groped."https://t.co/QNrBQAoOyL
— BT (@back_ttys) December 23, 2015
Forgive us if we aren’t shedding any tears for the reigning Queen of Mean.
— Mark Cole (@RealMarkCole) December 23, 2015
Hard to argue with that assessment.