Hillary Clinton slips twice on stone steps during India visit

Posted March 14, 2018

By Lalit K Jha Washington, Mar 13 (PTI) Hillary Clinton has been criticised for her remarks during the former US Secretary of States India visit in which she targeted people who supported President Donald Trump in the 2016 elections.

Meghan McCain called the Clintons a "virus" on "The View" Tuesday in response to remarks Hillary Clinton made in India Monday calling Trump voters racist and sexist. I won the places that represent two-thirds of America's gross domestic product. Put a sock on it, get over it! Whatever you think of the modern-day GOP, there simply aren't a whole lot of Republicans arguing black people shouldn't have rights - or even telling pollsters this privately. She was appointed secretary of State by Barack Obama for no other reason than that she'd come in second in the 2008 primary election; she then went on to lose a general election and now enjoys a successful career as a former presidential candidate and writer of unreadable memoirs. "Whatever that problem is, I am going to solve it".

The losers in the middle are unemployed construction and industrial workers and the troves of underemployed Americans struggling to make ends meet thanks to the globalists policies Clinton and her elitist friends are all about. "You don't want, you know, to see that Indian American succeeding more than you are".

"Make America Great Again" - was looking backwards. She won places that are diverse, which is, you know, better than all those places that aren't. "I am very excited about being here and everything that I have seen", she said.

Dang Hillary, maybe you should use a scooter or something, although that won't help her with steps.

"I have to tell you some hard truths. the Clintons are a virus in the Democratic Party".

The former presidential candidate was descending a set of stone steps at the historic site when she slipped and nearly tumbled down, even as two aides held her by the arm. "It's awful, you can't vote for that, '" she complained.

Conservative commentator Erick Erickson wrote on his website, The Resurgent, despite Clinton's claims that Trump or his voters wouldn't want Indian-Americans succeeding, it was Trump who appointed Nikki Haley, an India-American as UN Ambassador, and it was Republican voters in SC and Louisiana who elected Indian-Americans Nikki Haley and Bobby Jindal as governors respectively.