Hillary Clinton Nearly Falls Down Stairs Twice In Purported Video From India

Nellie Chapman
March 13, 2018

Clinton is in the country to participate in the India Today Conclave, where she claimed President Donald Trump only won the election because he go the support of people she famously called "deplorables". "And his whole campaign 'Make America Great Again, ' was looking backwards".

"If you look at the map of the United States, there's all that red in the middle where Trump won". "I win the coast, I win, you know, IL and Minnesota, places like that".

Clinton was attempting to walk down a flight of stairs without a railing when she almost went down, twice. "Whatever your problem is - I'm going to solve it".

Purie asked Clinton why she believes more than 50 percent of white women voted for Trump in 2016.

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Though Clinton won the popular vote by almost 3 million ballots, she lost in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin - three crucial states that cost her the election by about 80,000 votes, combined.

"He does have a pre-existing attitude of favorability toward these dictators, but I think it's more than that with Putin and Russian Federation", she said. She seems to say Trump was providing an outlet for these people.

"If you watch reality TV, you know it means that the person who is the most outrageous, the person who says the politically incorrect things, the person who's insulting and attacking, drives big ratings".

"There will damage, but it will be repairable damage, and we will be doing that work starting next year with these elections", she said. Whether you see it that way or not, she does seem to suggest Trump subsisted on voters who were simply, well, less sophisticated or advanced. Yet this is the picture Clinton painted of Trump's support.

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