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Hillary Clinton Forgot Her Own Husband Actually Did This…

Someone really needs to check up on Hillary Clinton. No, we’re being serious: her statements about the 2016 presidential election — a full three years later — are bordering on the disturbing.

Clinton can’t seem to stay out of the news, and it’s hard to say that isn’t exactly what she wants. It’s very clear that she feels that she was robbed in 2016. When asked if she would actually mount another White House run, she said she could probably “beat him again” — obviously referring to the fact that the voters of New York and Los Angeles helped her snag the popular vote in the last election.

Now, she’s lobbing more insults at President Donald Trump — which is fine, we’ve all come to expect that at this point. But, there’s something different this time, because everything she’s accusing the president of doing is something that her own husband did when he was president.

No, White House politics during the 1990s were not the beacon of ethics and morality the former First Lady seems to pretend that they were. It’s pretty alarming that, on top of all of her other health issues, Hillary has developed such as short memory…

Here’s Ben Shapiro with more.


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