Hillary Clinton Slips Up, Makes FOOL of Herself on Live TV

Hillary Clinton made a disturbing announcement during a speaking engagement on Thursday when she warned that she will not go away and stop talking about her concerns about President Donald Trump.

While speaking at Rutgers University, Clinton was asked to respond to the critics who wanted her to “get off the public stage and shut up.”

“They never said that to any man who wasn’t elected,” she said, according to Breitbart. Clinton went on to blame the media for this “sexist” question, arguing that Al Gore continued talking about climate change after he lost the election and John Kerry became Secretary of State and John McCain returned to the Senate after he lost to Barack Obama.

“For heaven’s sake, Mitt Romney is running for Senate,” she added.

Clinton then said that everyone should be worried about what Trump is doing as president.

“You won’t be surprised to hear me say that I have some concerns,” she said. “I think we need to all be talking about it, not just me but every one of us needs to be speaking up and taking part.”

Clinton also slammed the Republican Party during her speech.

“I do worry that what’s happening to the Republican Party is that it’s being held captive,” she said. “If you deviate from their stated requests they will fund someone to run against you in the Republican primary. I’d still like to see some Republicans stand up and said ‘go ahead and try it.’”

Unsurprisingly, she brought up Russia’s supposed meddling in the 2016 election as well.

“We’re not anywhere near the bottom of understanding this,” Clinton said. “They think they had a pretty easy first run and they are going to be involved unless we come together as a country … to do much more to secure our elections than we’ve done now.”

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