Hillary Clinton jokes that all blacks 'look alike' after interviewer stumbles

Adjust Comment Print

The talks about whether Hilary Clinton would run for the presidency once more started after she and her husband announced a 13-city speaking tour for her book, "What Happened".

She was being interviewed by Recode's Kara Swisher, who asked Clinton, "What do you think of Corey Booker".

"I know they all look alike", Clinton said nearly instinctively, perhaps making the viewer think the footage may have been doctored because, of course, what former Democratic presidential nominee who was overwhelmingly supported by Black voters would ever say such a thing; especially in public?

"This is the ultimate arrogance", Greg Gutfeld said.

Democrats - especially the 19 who she just endorsed on Monday - were likely bristling at Clinton's choice of words, which came at a time when race relations around the country were seemingly at an all-time low, partially (mostly?) because of the man to whom she lost the 2016 presidential election.

But she insisted she would not consider a run until after the November midterm.

Ashanti Calls 50 Cent an Internet Bully for Trolling Her Ticket Sales
Soon, 50 Cent shared a doctored image of himself "attending" Ja Rule's concert, showing himself applauding while sitting alone at the front of the crowd.

"Your fantasies are out of control", he said. But I feel confident in saying I think Hillary is never going to be on the ballot again, I think she is done running for elected office.

Democrat and former Governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe also poured cold water on Mrs Clinton joining the 2020 race, telling USA television broadcaster MSNBC she will "never be in the ballot again".

Longtime aide Philippe Reines told Politico earlier this month that there is a "not zero" chance that Clinton will seek a rematch against Trump. When I say we kick them, I don't mean we do anything inappropriate, we don't do anything illegal, but we have to be tough and we have to fight.

The overall topic of this part of the discussion was the question of whether Democrats were becoming the victim of too much political correctness.

"Look, I am a great admirer of Hillary but I don't think that would be a good idea".

Mr Trump has previously said Joe Biden, Vice President from 2009 until 2017, is his "dream" opponent. This would be Bernie Sanders' second time, and Biden's third time. "She had 65 million people vote for her". "I think that Donald Trump was more successful in defining her than she was defining herself", one top strategist told the Examiner.

Comments