A former spokeswoman at the State Department is the latest to weigh in on Hillary Clinton’s comments disparaging Americans who voted for Donald Trump, and she offers a simple message: “go away.”
Marie Harf, former spokeswoman for the Obama State Department, appeared on Fox News Sunday to discuss Clinton’s recent comments in India while promoting her book “What Happened,” a tome dedicated to blaming her humiliating 2016 election loss on others.
Channeling his inner Maxine Waters, Democratic Rep. John Garamendi went on live television and called President Trump a “security risk,” and said “we have to get this guy out of there.”
In rhetoric that could trigger a Trump hater to action, Garamendi told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer this week that if there were “physical threats” made against former porn star Stormy Daniels — not clarifying whether they were made by Trump or some random person, Garamendi said Trump should be investigated and impeached.
RED HOT RHETORIC: These People have lost their f—king minds! Dem Rep. Garamendi says, “this Presidency is a security risk to the United States & we have to get this guy (@realDonaldTrump), out of there”! Why didn’t @BarackObama stop Russia years ago! pic.twitter.com/UwMoOxRN20
“Should Democrats give border wall funding, for example, right now when there isn’t a hard deadline on the table like there was last month?” a reporter asked.
“What do you think?” Pelosi asked, as if the answer was obvious. “I mean, should be give a border wall for nothing? No, I don’t think so.”
“First of all, I think the border– did you see it? How high it is … I mean, really? In a civilized society, we do something like that. As obnoxious as it is– You know, that’s a community there with a border running through it. Okay, we have a difference of opinion that, but a wall that big separating people? I mean really?” Pelosi said.
As speculation grows that Nancy Pelosi will not lead House Democrats after the fall election, it’s not hard to see why her colleagues want to replace her.
While addressing reporters on Thursday, Pelosi lost her breath during several short sentences, suffered more brain freezes and could be seen staring blankly at reporters, while also frequently repeating words.
Guns for me, but not for thee — that’s the mantra of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
As teens walked out of schools to complain about “gun violence” yesterday, the pair of politicians couldn’t be happier.
To all the students across our country who took part in #NationalWalkoutDay: Never let anybody tell you your voices don’t make a difference. You‘re an inspiration to millions of Americans who know commonsense gun reform is long overdue. We are with you, and we will not give up.
A former Hillary Clinton campaign manager admitted there’s no excuse for the former first lady’s derogatory comments about Donald Trump supporters, and suggests its simply the latest evidence Clinton is “still struggling” with her embarrassing 2016 election defeat.
Patti Solis Doyle, a longtime aide to Hillary Clinton, appeared on HLN to discuss Clinton’s recent comments in India with S.E. Cupp, host of Unfiltered.