Do you think Hitlary Clinton is still bitter about losing the election to Trump in a national precinct and county landslide?

Anonymous 08/23/2017. 13 answers
Politics & Government Elections

13 Answers

Michael 08/02/2017.

Obviously yes.

Traci 08/02/2017.

Of course she is!

Jon 08/02/2017.

No, but Donald Trump is sure as hell still bitter about losing the popular vote! Stupid jerk, he can't even win like a

real man.

Daisy 08/02/2017.

She is over that. She has received a lot of support from those who supported her throughout the election process. And, the many things she said about Trump (lying, ignorance of the governmental system, etc) are coming to fruition. She probably has a lot of regrets, but she has moved on from that and so should you. Enough already.

Jay R 08/02/2017.

There's a big picture which reveals itself over time. Trump, for all of his outrageous failures to preside, is awakening us to how to select a real leader. Trump is the "cancer scare" that causes the patient to make healthful changes.

Anonymous 08/02/2017.

No, because counties are meaningless. Clintons probably still bitter about losing the election, especially with how poorly Trump is handling things, but she doesn't care about silly little things like numbers of counties won. That's something which Trump supporters has glommed onto as some kind of evidence that he's actually popular when he's not.

LovelyGiraffe 08/02/2017.

Liberalism is a mental disorder.

Lucifer Morningstar 08/02/2017.

WTF Happened?, should be the title of her new book. LMFAO.

Anonymous 08/02/2017.

No. She seemed very happy today.

Daniel 08/02/2017.

no doubt

William 08/02/2017.

Yes. She is furious that there was not enough voter fraud.

martin 08/02/2017.

She must be. Trump overwhelmed people with his emotional speeches. Hillary is a politician but Trump is a charismatic public speaker and television personality. It's hard to beat.

Charlesetta 08/02/2017.

I would think she'd be laughing her *** off at how big he is failing at every turn. Yeah, he won. But as failed at everything subsequent.