Explains quite a lot really

Hillary Clinton unleashed a “fuck-laced fusillade” on aides in a 2016 debate prep session, according to a new book about the presidential campaign by New York Times journalist Amy Chozick.

The candidate was squirming with frustration over lingering concerns about her “authenticity” and racked with loathing for Donald Trump she was determined not to vent in public.

“Aides understood that in order to keep it all together onstage, Hillary sometimes needed to unleash on them in private,” Chozick writes in Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns and One Intact Glass Ceiling. “‘You want authentic, here it is!’ she’d yelled in one prep session, followed by a fuck-laced fusillade about what a ‘disgusting’ human being Trump was and how he didn’t deserve to even be in the arena.”

That sense of entitlement, that others were not worthy to challenge her right to rule…..

20 comments on “Explains quite a lot really

  1. “‘You want authentic, here it is!’ she’d yelled in one prep session, followed by a fuck-laced fusillade about what a ‘disgusting’ human being Trump was and how he didn’t deserve to even be in the arena.”

    Quite how you explain how authentic you are to the public by beating up on your staff in private. But it isn’t it nice this harridan just won’t go away and leave us all alone? We are going to get the Wicked Witch of the East Coast for years and years and years to come.

    “Behind his back, Robby did a Bill impersonation (‘And let me tell you another thing about the white working class …’) waving a finger in a Clintonian motion.”

    Just everything they do brings a smile to my face.

    “In the Hamptons, Hillary felt loved,” Chozick writes. Clinton, however, grew weary of hearing pollsters report on her lagging favorability.

    Which explains why the people who own the Hamptons favour flooding everyone else’s country with non-White immigrants. They hate us.

    “Oh what’s the point? They’re never going to like me,” she told a friend at one point, according to Chozick.

    Indeed.

  2. The World dodged an enormous, I was going to say bullet, but Atomic Explosion would be a better descriptor for a Clinton administration.
    Thank God for President Donald J Trump.

  3. Quite how you explain how authentic you are to the public by beating up on your staff in private.

    The anecdote documents what she’s like pretty authentically I’d say.

    Even Bernie the commie would have been better.

  4. The behaviour and attitude would be almost “patrician” were it not for the fact that it resides in a cvnt with a cvnt.

  5. Once upon a time a person who bullied their staff would have been regarded as morally unfit for office, at least if they got found out.

  6. Indeed–bullying is a hideous offence when the non-Global Elite do it.

    Clinton needs a public trial and the rest of her life in jail. Lets see how her popularity goes inside.

  7. On the other hand, Trump truly is a disgusting human being. See for example his public rudeness to his wife.

  8. I don’t believe anything you SJWs say about Trump.

    I can see he is unlikely to be a friend of mine (his choice as well as mine, I suspect), but he is almost none of the things you lot claim he is.

    He is opinionated, loud-mouthed and not tremendously polite? But he hasn’t put the IRS on to his enemies, nor had secret meetings on the tarmac, nor wiped clean hard-drives.

    You let loose an illegal investigation (and he has the totality of the MSM against him) and all you can come up with is he shagged some big-breasted women years ago. All paid for and/or willing. Just like darling Bill eh? and his harridan who protected him, knowingly.

    With regard to women, Bill makes him look like a saint. He clearly is not racist, having picked up prizes awarded by darker-skinned people for not being.

    He could solve cancer, create peace on earth, and bring Kim Jong-Un to the table (oops, nearly there on that one) and you’d still be dissing him and be prepared to destroy the USA to do it.

    Gedd’ out ahere.

  9. Anyone who makes disparaging comments about Trump should put themselves on video 24/7 for a month, just so that we can check their moral bona fides

  10. Her career is over. Yeah, she’ll lurk in dark corners hoarsely calling “look at me, look at me”. But over time the most all she’ll get is the odd glance and a comment to the effect of “oh, you’re still around?”. A bit like being surprised to see a two hit wonder from the ’60s playing the 3pm show at some small county fair. “oh yeah, I remember that tune – hadn’t thought of him in years”

  11. “Social Justice Warrior
    On the other hand, Trump truly is a disgusting human being. See for example his public rudeness to his wife.”

    Not to mention cheating on his wife by sticking his cock in some intern’s mouth in the Oval Office.

    Oh, wait, that wasn’t Trump.

    And where do you SJWs stand on Trump’s rudeness to the North Koreans? He seems to have got them to start talking nuclear disarmament.

    If only he’d been polite to them like Obama.

  12. Recall some interesting articles that Trump being rude to Kim and responding to his comments showed he took him seriously while the polite stuff appeared condescending

  13. See for example his public rudeness to his wife.

    I’m not sure Melania Trump needs anyone white-knighting for her: she looks perfectly capable of handling herself, and her husband.

  14. Hillary Clinton unleashed a “fuck-laced fusillade” on aides in a 2016 debate prep session

    I wonder if that’s the one where CNN slipped her the questions in advance?

  15. Social Justice Warrior – “On the other hand, Trump truly is a disgusting human being. See for example his public rudeness to his wife.”

    It is better than Michelle’s open disrespect to Obama.

  16. Didn’t any of the staff stand up and say they weren’t putting up with this shit? It is bullying and it betrays the unsuitability of this candidate for any office, irrespective of the qualities of the other. I’d like to think I would at least quit the campaign rather than go along with this sort of thing, but there, people don’t, they (we) are mere tribalists fearful of ostracism.

  17. “That sense of entitlement, that others were not worthy to challenge her right to rule….”

    That’s not what I read.

    That she challenged one man’s right to rule.

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