Sep 11

Hillary: I Dont Regret Calling Trump Supporters Deplorable, But That Wasnt My Most Important Mistake – Matt Vespa

From Townhall.

 

Hillary: I Dont Regret Calling Trump Supporters Deplorable, But That Wasnt My Most Important MistakeMatt Vespa|Posted: Sep 11, 2017 8:07 AMFolks, I know there’s a hurricane slamming Florida. There’s been immense outpourings of charity and compassion for the people of Texas after Harvey. The issues of DACA, health care, and tax reform are going to be the agenda items on The Hill. Yet, this is the eve of Hillary Clinton’s book, What Happened, and we’re learning more about the former first lady and why she’s a two-time loser. Hillary sat down with CBS News’s Jane Pauley over the weekend, where we found out that it took Clinton ten months to figure out why she’s not living in the White House. We found out what she feels was her most important mistake during the 2016 season, why the Trump inauguration triggered her, and why she doesn’t regret calling Trump supporters deplorable.For starters, she feels like Trumps inauguration was a “cry from the white nationalist gut.” As a person of color, and I hate using that term since we’re all Americans, but whatever—I didn’t feel that way. In fact, I rather enjoyed Trump’s inauguration because he at least admitted that everything was not all sunshine, lollipops, and rainbows; things need to change. Things needed to be fixed. Golly—how evil of him, or something.Hillary described using personal email as her most important error of the campaign, while admitting that she fumbled the ball many times during the campaign. The email issue devolved into an absolute fiasco about whether she mishandled classified information while serving as secretary of state. In that position, it was revealed by The New York Times that all official business was conducted on that account. It led to a criminal FBI investigation that didn’t recommend charges, a controversial decision that rankled Republicans after then-FBI Director James Comey took Clinton and her staff to the woodshed for being more or less negligent in how they handled sensitive material. While there were no Trump campaign ads that were immediately released over Comey’s remarks at the July 5, 2016 presser, it was, as NBC News’ Chuck Todd noted, an indictment of Hillary’s judgment. The damage was done, though this was solely her fault for not following government regulations concerning storing all communications among public officials.That whole investigation has been riddled with more controversy after it was discovered that Comey drafted an exoneration statement months before the investigation was formally concluded. Yet, Clinton still blames the FBI an

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