Hillary Clinton Says President Trump is “obsessed” with Her

Politico

Former secretary of state and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Saturday described President Donald Trump as “obsessed” with her continued public presence.

“Apparently, you know, my former opponent is obsessed with my speaking out,” Clinton said in an appearance alongside her husband, former President Bill Clinton, at a forum in Little Rock, Arkansas, commemorating the 25th anniversary of his election. “Apparently there was another, somebody told me, tweet today. Honestly, between tweeting and golfing, how does he get anything done? I don’t understand it. Maybe that’s the whole point.”

How did Crooked Hillary get anything done? I don’t understand it. Between making out with Huma and working on uranium deals, she couldn’t have gotten much done.

Trump revived his “Crooked Hillary” moniker via Twitter on Saturday morning, claiming that his vanquished general election opponent is the “worst (and biggest) loser of all time.”

“She just can’t stop, which is so good for the Republican Party,” the president tweeted. “Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!”

Clinton said in her Little Rock speech she wouldn’t be silenced. “I’m gonna keep speaking out,” she said.

She dominated Saturday’s conversation, which was moderated by James Carville, a Bill Clinton campaign veteran and Hillary Clinton campaign adviser.

She criticized the current administration for pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement, failing to reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program and promoting what she called the “fairy tale” that trickle-down economics will “make everything great.”

“Yeah, we may be cutting Medicare and Medicaid and health care and make it more expensive to go to school and all the stuff that they’re trying to do in Washington, but it’s all gonna work out,” she said sarcastically. “It’s such nonsense.”

She also mocked Trump for his approach to foreign policy, contrasting his Twitter diplomacy to her husband’s approach to international issues.

“There was nothing fast and easy about it,” she said. “He didn’t tweet about it. He got to work about it, and he actually got it done.”

While Clinton appeared to take ownership for her unexpected loss last November, she also blamed what she maintained was the “perfect storm” of outside factors, including Russia’s election meddling and former FBI director James Comey’s 11th-hour decision to publicize the bureau’s late examination of emails related to her use of a private server during her time as secretary under President Barack Obama.

Clinton, who lost the election despite winning nearly 3 million more popular votes, told Mother Jones in an interview published Friday that “there are lots of questions about” the legitimacy of Trump’s election.

In a separate interview Friday, Clinton told WABC’s Rita Cosby that there is nothing she admires about Trump’s presidency.

“The answer is absolutely no,” she said. “I didn’t think he’d be as bad as he turned out to be.”

And while much of her rhetoric reflected on her and her husband’s experience in the 1992 campaign and the next eight years in the White House, she repeatedly knocked Trump and his administration.

“There is no such thing as an alternative fact,” she said at one point, referencing the term White House counselor Kellyanne Conway coined. “It does not exist — in politics or in nature. And it was astonishing to me the things people believed about me in this campaign.

Clinton recalled voters telling the people who knocked on doors for her: “Well, I can’t support her. She killed somebody; I can’t support her. She runs a child trafficking ring in the basement of a pizzeria.”

“Oh yeah,” she said they would reply when others said such rumors weren’t true: “’I saw it on the Internet.’”

Clinton said when she talks about “What Happened,” the title of her 2016 memoir, she’s “very focused on making sure it doesn’t happen again.”

“So that’s why I am speaking out and going to continue to speak out, and I’m going to do everything I can to try to have an election in 2018 that’s about real things,” she said.

Hillary Clinton was always meddling in government affairs when she was the First Lady. She’s mad for power and she believes that she can do a better job at anything than any man.

Hillary Clinton Turns 70 Tomorrow: Assange Sends His Greetings

Alright, everyone, take note.

Tomorrow is Hillary Clinton’s birthday. Be sure to Tweet her your greetings.

Wouldn’t it be nice if she gets a special birthday present. Bracelets will do nicely.

Sputnik News

On October 24, WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange took to Twitter to wish Hillary Clinton a happy birthday, on the eve of her 70th – by reminding the candidate of her electoral failure.

Assange retweeted a self-congratulatory post by Clinton from October 26 in 2016, where the presidential hopeful not only wished herself a happy birthday, but referred to herself as “this future president.”

Less than a month later, Donald Trump won the election, defeating Clinton with 56 percent of Electoral College votes.

Assange and Clinton have long been vociferous foes, and in her published account of the 2016 presidential race, What Happened, the former first lady called him “a hypocrite who deserves to be held accountable for his actions,” and suggested he was a tool of Russian intelligence.

“He claims to be a champion of transparency, but for many years, he’s been helpful to the most repressive and least transparent autocrats in the world,” Clinton wrote.

Despite Clinton’s claims of Russian meddling assisting Trump’s victory, in October, it was revealed as secretary of state Clinton may have approved a controversial deal that made Russian atomic energy agency Rosatom one of the world’s largest uranium producers, in exchange for donations to the Clinton Foundation from Canadian mining industry leaders involved in the deal.

Clinton has denied the allegations.

Assange Throws Deadman’s Switch as Hillary Clinton Claims Wikileaks a ‘subsidiary of Russian intelligence’ and Assange does ‘bidding of dictator’

About the same time that Julian Assange was responding to Hillary Clinton’s ridiculous accusations against him and Wikileaks, he Tweeted the deadman’s switch you see in the above Tweet. No one knows what it means.

The story that the media is picking up is Hillary’s claim that Wikileaks is a Russian operation that was out to get her in 2016.

Hillary Clinton is seriously mentally ill, fixated on blaming the world for her letting the presidency slip through her grasp.

The Telegraph

illary Clinton lashed out at Julian Assange on Monday, accusing WikiLeaks of being a “subsidiary of Russian intelligence” while its founder did “the bidding of a dictator”.

The former Democratic presidential nominee said the whistle-blowing website worked with Russia to deflect attention away from an infamous tape of Donald Trump bragging about groping women in the run-up to the US election.

The former secretary of state’s devastating election loss to Mr Trump remains raw and she has blamed a number of factors for her election defeat as she promotes her book What Happened.

In an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on Monday, she attacked Mr Assange for his alleged role in damaging her candidacy.

“Assange has become a kind of nihilistic opportunist who does the bidding of a dictator,” she said, referring to Russian president Vladimir Putin.

“WikiLeaks is unfortunately now practically a fully-owned subsidiary of Russian intelligence.”

Mr Assange hit back at Mrs Clinton’s “constant lying” on Twitter.

“There’s something wrong with Hillary Clinton,” he said. “It is not just her constant lying. It is not just that she throws off menacing glares and seethes thwarted entitlement. Watch closely. Something much darker rides along with it. A cold creepiness rarely seen.”

Assange also responded to Crooked Hillary with this Tweet, which shows Obama refuting Hillary’s claims of Russian involvement with Wikileaks:

Bill and Hillary Clinton Haven’t Spoken to Each Other for Months

If you’re a Christian you must believe that Bill and Hillary Clinton will spend eternity together after they die.

The question is will they be spending it in hell or in heaven.

Daily Mail

Bill and Hillary Clinton are not speaking to each other after a blazing argument over her election book, it has been claimed.

The former President threw a manuscript in the trash after Hillary ignored his advice not to publish it, according to author Ed Klein.

Bill had red-penned the book in an attempt to improve it, a friend allegedly told Klein, but flew into a rage when Hillary refused to read any of his notes.

According to Page Six, the friend said: ‘He told her the book made her look bewildered, angry and confused, and that those were poor qualities in a person who aspired to be a world leader.

‘He hated the title because calling it “What Happened” would only make people say, “You lost.”

‘He urged her to postpone the pub date and rewrite the book, but she yelled at him and said: “The book is finished and that’s how it’s going to be published”.’

Since then the pair have been speaking through friends and lawyers, the source said

Klein’s book All Out War: The Plot to Destroy Trump will be released at the end of October.

The argument is believed to have taken place over the summer before Hillary took off on tour in order to promote the book.

Bill and Hillary were last pictured together toward the end of August while enjoying a visit to see friends in the Hamptons. The couple have not been seen together since.

Hillary has been busy appearing on daytime TV shows and giving speeches across the country as she promotes her book, which has become a bestseller.

During the tour she has blamed women, Russians, former FBI Director James Comey and a host of other reasons for her shock loss to Donald Trump.

She has also not shied away from attacking the now-President, describing him as ‘unqualified’ and ‘even worse than I thought he was going to be.’

Clinton, most recently told Stylist magazine of her guilt at losing, saying: ‘I have a great sense of responsibility, for not winning, for letting people down.

Even more so when you consider who my opponent was. If I had run against someone whom I disagreed with politically, but believed was up to the job, of course I would have been disappointed.

‘But being in a position where I ended up losing to someone who I don’t think is qualified or temperamentally ready to be president was a very deep personal regret.’

Bill was previously reported to have blown up at Hillary after her defeat, despite a public show of affection during her concession speech, accusing her of failing to campaign in rust belt states which eventually voted for Trump.

According to Ed Klein, who has written several books on the Clintons, Bill accused Hillary’s campaign managers of running a ‘tone deaf’ race and ignoring the effect the flagging economy was having on millions of working class Americans.

If familiarity breeds contempt, there’s probably no one in the world who dislikes Hillary more than Bill.

Nationalist AFD Party Makes Strong Showing in German Elections

Angela Merkel has been weakened. Her time in the spotlight is nearing its end. Nationalism is on the rise. The rest that you may read is just speculation.

NPR

Chancellor Angela Merkel is in position to rule for a fourth term, according to early exit polls in Germany’s national election, which also saw voters send the right-wing Alternative for Germany party (AfD) to Germany’s parliament, the Bundestag.

German media characterized the results of Sunday’s vote as a major shift. Der Spiegel reports, AfD is the “first overtly right-wing party to win seats in the country’s federal parliament in over half a century.”

With around 33 percent of the vote, Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union party came in first in Sunday’s vote, but it was its worst showing since 1949.

“Of course we would have preferred a better result,” Merkel said, according to The Associated Press. But she observed that her party has been in power for the past dozen years, the last four of which have been “extremely challenging.”

The CDU is projected to hold 218 seats out of the Bundestag’s 631 total.

Merkel’s outgoing coalition partner, the Social Democrats, received just 20 percent of the vote, its worst showing ever. But it was enough for a second place result of 138 seats in parliament, according to early results.

“Today is a difficult and bitter day,” said SPD leader Martin Schulz, who had hoped to take the chancellorship from Merkel. Schulz announced that he will not partner in another grand coalition and that his party will go into opposition.

The so-called Jamaica coalition, which would see Merkel ruling together with the Greens and the liberal Free Democrats, is her likeliest path toward a majority in parliament. The coalition is so named because the parties’ colors of green, yellow and black mirror the Jamaican flag.

The AfD came in third Sunday, with early results showing it received more than 13 percent of the vote. The xenophobic party ran on an anti-immigrant platform with an emphasis on closing Germany’s borders to migrants. It had been fiercely opposed to Merkel’s recent welcoming of large numbers of refugees.

In the runup to the election, NPR’s Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson reports German voters were inundated with campaign posters, including ones from the anti-Muslim AfD party with the blunt slogan: “Burkas? We prefer bikinis.”

AfD’s co-leader Alexander Gauland vowed Sunday that the party would “change this country,” promising to pursue Germany’s established parties. “We will hunt Ms. Merkel. We will bring back our nation,” Gauland said.

The AfD is expected to hold some 87 seats in parliament.

Merkel told supporters Sunday that “we want to win back AfD voters” by solving the country’s problems and addressing their concerns, reports AP. She said Germany has to take the fears of its people seriously.

The final election results are expected early Monday, German time, but are not expected to deviate greatly from Sunday’s projections.

Hillary Clinton Says that Women Trump Supporters are “publicly disrespecting themselves”

Bitter, clueless, spiteful Hillary Clinton has found dozens of people to blame for her loss to Donald Trump. Here she goes after women. It’s like she expected to get the women’s vote without earning it.

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

Hillary Clinton said that women who support President Donald Trump are ‘publicly disrespecting themselves’ and that he is doing ‘worse than I thought’.

In an interview on Saturday on MSNBC’s AM Joy, the 2016 presidential hopeful said she was surprised by women who supported Trump given his past contentious remarks – including the ‘grab them by the p****’ controversy.

‘When I see women doing that, I think: “Why are they publicly disrespecting themselves?”,’ Clinton told host Joy Reid.

‘”Why are they opening the door to have someone say that about them in their workplace? In a community setting? Do they not see the connection there?'”

Clinton gave the response when Reid asked her about women at Trump rallies who wore profane T-shirts ‘that used the b-word, the c-word about you.’

‘And I think that’s one of the problems with sexism,’ Clinton continued.

‘We had such a public and still an ongoing movement to expand civil rights. Again, I’m proud of the progress, but we still have a lot of problems we have to confront.’

“… problems we have to confront.” Yes, like too many Christian women, too many heterosexual women, too many white women, too many women who want children, too many women opposed to abortion, and so forth.

To liberals like Hillary (or should I say Marxists like Hillary), they always need to find new problems that only big government can “solve.”

What a tiresome person she is.

She also said it was ‘troubling’ to hear people chanting ‘Lock her up’ in reference to jailing her over deleted emails.
‘It was deeply troubling on several levels,’ Clinton said.

‘And I try to unpack this, because first of all it’s not pleasant to be called names and to be subjected to the kind of insults that come across the online media all the time, which we see when women express an opinion.’

Despite the campaign being over, the chants of ‘Lock her up’ have not ended at Trump events. The crowd chanted the phrase on Friday during Trump’s speech at a rally for Alabama Senate candidate Luther Strange.

Trump responded to the crowd, saying they should talk to Attorney General Jeff Sessions about that.

This comment at the Daily Mail made me laugh: “Heaven does not want Hillary and the Devil is afraid she’ll take over.”

Terrorism Blamed for London Subway Blast that Injures at Least 20

THE BUCKET BOMB ONLY PARTIALLY EXPLODED.

I guess it would be racist/Islamophobic to speculate that the London bucket bomber just might be a Muslim.

Did anyone hear an “Allahu Ackbar” before the blast?

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

Police are today hunting for the ‘bucket bomber’ who tried to blow up a rush hour Tube train amid claims the terror suspect is armed with knives and may have left other devices.

The crude device could have killed dozens but failed to properly detonate and sent a ‘wall of fire’ through the carriage injuring at least 18 people including a ten-year-old boy.

Terrified passengers were seen covered in blood with scorched hands, legs, faces and hair – others suffered crush injuries during a ‘human stampede’ as they ‘ran for their lives’ at Parsons Green station in west London at 8.20am.

Photographs show what experts believe is a ‘pretty unsophisticated’ bomb in a flaming white bucket inside a Lidl freezer bag with Christmas lights protruding out of the top – a type of fuse encouraged by ISIS in its online manuals and magazines.

Security sources have said the IED had a timer, indicating the bucket bomber left in on the train and fled before it exploded.

Witnesses said there was a loud ‘bang’, a flash and then a ball of flame engulfed surrounding passengers on the ‘packed’ District Line train.

Scotland Yard say it was a terror attack but could not confirm claims there is another device and the suspect is on the run – but an officer at the scene told MailOnline: ‘We believe there is a second bomb – there is a man with knives on the loose.’

Witness Luke Warsmey said said he saw a woman with no skin on her legs and a ten-year-old boy with a burned body.

He said: ‘The explosion was like a large match going off at the end of the carriage. People just started sprinting. It was every man for himself when that happened. The burn victims had severe leg injuries.

‘It was a very busy commuter train, young and old, school children going to their schools. I saw was nannies trying to look for kids, because of the rush of people just taking five and six year olds away from them and they were trying to look for them.’

Link to Sky News live coverage

Emma Stevie, 27, described a ‘human stampede’ after the bomb went off.

She said: ‘I heard lots of screams and people saying ‘run, run’. We got out and then there was a human stampede, down the stairs.

‘There were people lying underneath getting crushed, a big human
pile-on. I wedged myself in next to a railing. I put myself in the foetal position. I kept thinking, ‘I’ll be ok, I’ll be ok’.

‘There was a pregnant woman underneath me, and I was trying really hard not to crush her.’

Richard Aylmer-Hall told Sky News: ‘There were a few crush injuries on the stairs. People got squashed and crushed going down the stairs. Police evacuated everyone from the scene pretty quickly.

‘There was screaming, pushing and shoving – it was a like there was a terrorist on the loose with a gun or something – lots of people were in tears. When it was all over lots of people were being comforted and looked after. It was total chaotic panic.