Hillary Clinton has claimed she defeated Donald Trump in last year’s presidential election.
Clinton, who received almost three million more votes than her reality television host opponent, was denied the presidency because she lost the electoral college count 304 to 227.
But the 69-year-old made the claim in a New York Magazine piece in which she discussed everything from sexism and voter suppression to James Comey costing her the White House, the country ‘stalling’ under Trump, and Russia’s ‘attack’ on American democracy.
Clinton started by dismissing the notion the election was won because of anger, which both Trump and Bernie Sanders, her opponent in the Democratic primary, tapped into.
‘I beat both of them,’ Clinton said, after saying anger is not ‘a good strategy for most people’.
‘You can’t be angry for yourself. You just can’t. You can be indignant, you can be annoyed, you can be frustrated, but you can’t be angry… I don’t think anger’s a strategy,’ she told the magazine.
Editor’s note: Hillary is STILL too ill to be president. Here she was just days ago suffering the same cough she experienced throughout the campaign.
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