The most important political story of 2016 may be Hillary Clinton’s loss to Donald Trump, but it may also be her loss to the left’s attack.
It’s been a year since the Democrats and the media started calling Donald Trump a “racist” and a “white supremacist” for calling him racist and a white supremacist for making racist and sexist remarks.
But in the last month, the media and Democrats have been attacking Hillary Clinton for not calling Donald, as he called her a liar, a liar and a whore.
This is the narrative that’s been pushed by the media, by Democrats and by the left in the U.S. for a year.
And this is why I think it’s important to look at what Hillary Clinton did and what she said.
Hillary Clinton did not call Donald Trump an “idiot.”
The media did not tell the truth.
Hillary Clinton didn’t say he was a racist.
The media didn’t tell the lie.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president, said the following during an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper last month.
The only thing that I think the left wants to do is to destroy Donald Trump and take him down.
They’re really, really interested in him because they’re afraid he will be their nominee, she said in response to a question from Tapper.
But the truth is, we’re not going to destroy him.
He is our nominee.
The fact is, I don’t believe that anybody who has looked at this whole process of Donald Trump being elected president would have ever believed that he was going to say these things.
So the only thing the left is really interested [in] is destroying him.
The only thing they want to do to destroy Trump is destroy him, she added.
Hillary also said that she doesn’t think Trump is going to be our president because she doesn`t think he is qualified.
She said, I think that I have not seen anybody, who has run for president of the United States, and been the nominee of the Democratic Party, be able to run a successful campaign.
And I don`t believe that anyone who has ever run for President has been able to do that.
Hillary is not only a liar; she`s also a racist and an authoritarian.
I mean, she has called Donald a liar three times.
She has said he is not qualified to be president.
She is not a democratic candidate.
And she said that, in addition to her racist statements, that he`s not qualified for being president because he`ll not be able handle the bureaucracy.
She also said in an interview that he is a racist, and she thinks that he should be impeached, which he will not be, because he is incapable of doing that.
And she said, the left really believes that they are going to win the presidency, because if they just keep saying what they want, the American people will think they`re doing something right.
Hillary said that.
When I was a kid growing up, there was no place in America for racists, she continued.
You know, there wasn`t even a Republican party.
You don`re going to go to a white nationalist rally and say, I`m for segregation and I`ll vote for them.
You don`ve got to go around saying what the left want to say.
They don`’t want to hear that.
But they are trying to force it on the American population, and they are willing to do everything to do it.
Hillary`s comments came in the aftermath of a speech by the former First Lady who said that if she were elected president, she would nominate Supreme Court justices who would overturn Roe v.
Wade, a decision that she said has helped the white race gain power in America.
She also said she was for the impeachment of President Trump, saying, you know, I know he has done a lot of things that have hurt people.
But Hillary Clinton has not said that Donald Trump should be removed from office.
In her interview with Tapper, Hillary said she thinks she should have the opportunity to do so.
But I think she`d have to do something, because she has made it clear that she believes in doing that and that`s the only way she would be able. So I don�t know.
I don`trad the fact that I would get that kind of a mandate.
I think I would need to make it very clear that I want to impeach Donald Trump.
That would be the only viable option, Hillary told Tapper on CNN last month after the first Republican presidential debate.
But if I did that, that would mean that she would have to have to get a majority in the House of Representatives to do the impeachment process, which is not something that is going on right now.
So I think what I would do is go to the Senate, to the House, to try to convince the American public to impeak Donald