T. Becket Adams of the Washington Examiner has a point to make in a piece published Wednesday morning: while in her book, “What Happened,” Hillary Clinton draws a distinction between herself and her husband, who was “so depressed that he practically couldn’t get off the floor” after a re-election loss. “That’s not me. I keep going,” she writes.
"She snubbed them on the night of her stunning defeat."
And is now telling the world how she's not like Bubba, who did same years ago. https://t.co/YfMMLRGzmm
— IT Guy (@ITGuy1959) September 14, 2017
Adams’ whole point is that she didn’t keep going on election night, and his first-person account of election night at the Javits Center is an absolute must read for anyone who needs an antidote to the Hillary Clinton love-fest currently going on in the media. Read the whole thing, but first, enjoy the responses to this bite-size sample:
Do tell… pic.twitter.com/yIMMLk9iHt
— Andy Shanks (@andysnark) September 13, 2017
She was peddling that she didn't cry election night. Are you kidding? We saw how she looked the next day.
I don't believe a word from her. https://t.co/m77vK0rB9d
— Dusty (@dustopian) September 13, 2017
Some people really need to get a grip. https://t.co/FcOOOy50Dl
— Mark Noonan (@Mark_E_Noonan) September 14, 2017
— Deplorable Petr (@PragueArtist) September 14, 2017
Feel Good Story of the Day https://t.co/xagP8AlaiN
— Skid Willie (@SkidWillie) September 14, 2017
I'll never forget that night. Glorious.
— brent mohrman (@motrbotr) September 14, 2017
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