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Hillary’s Out of the Woods, Swinging Hard at Trump


Lock. Her. Up.

Is there a separate law for the Clintons?

Hillary’s Out of the Woods, Swinging Hard at Trump

Hey, the campaign is over, and you lost!

By Trey Sanchez, TR, April 3, 2017:

If you thought the presidential campaign was over, it’s not. Hillary Clinton has emerged from seclusion in the woods where she coccooned after losing to Donald Trump with a fresh look and a new pair of boxing gloves.

Her recent ramp-up in public appearances have many wondering if we will see her again as a candidate in 2020. We shall see. But in the meantime, she’s yukking it up as if she’s on the campaign trail already.

Speaking Friday at Georgetown University for the 2017 Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards for Advancing Women in Peace and Security ceremony, Clinton couldn’t stop jabbing President Trump and his administration, via The Washington Free Beacon:

“So, the work that is done at this institute, here at Georgetown, making the evidenced-based case for the role of women in peace and security is incredibly important. It always mattered, but today, it’s even more critical… When women participate in peace making we are all safer and more secure.

”Studies show – here I go again, talking about research, evidence, and facts… [20 seconds of wild audience applause]”

Clinton was able to wipe the smug grin off of her face and continue her speech, all to do it again later, when she knocked White House senior counsel, Kellyanne Conway:

“Now, before anybody jumps to any conclusions, I will state clearly, women are not inherently more peaceful than men. That is a stereotype. That belongs in the alternative reality.”

The audience ate that one up, too. Watch below:

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