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Trump Retweets Hilarious Hillary Clinton Slam About Her New Book

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Hillary Clinton’s new book What Happened is about the disaster 2016 campaign.  In it, she seeks to play the blame game with pretty much everyone except her unlikable self.

We’ve seen the excerpt where she calls Trump “a creep” in a lame attempt to play the “woman” card for sympathy.  Undoubtedly, the rest of her book will be similar liberal, crybaby drivel.

President Trump, not a businessman to mince words, retweeted one of the trolling tweets aimed at Clinton’s new book.

The tweets have already received thousands of retweets, likes, and countless chuckles from Americans who know better than to buy into Hill.

Hillary Clinton’s book tour is already receiving tons of backlash.  Remember how she was running for the “every day” man?  Well, the every day man has to shell out $2,000 to meet the losing candidate and get an autographed copy of her book.

From Breitbart:

A “VIP platinum ticket” for a Sept. 28 talk in Toronto, Canada will cost a hefty $2,375.95. Similar pricing is available in other Canadian cities. General admission tickets, which are already sold out, went for approximately $70 each, according to Fox News.

I mean, don’t the Clintons already have enough money?  This is an absolute joke.  No wonder she lost.  Hillary Clinton continues to let her loss define who she is.  Rather, a better approach would be to actually tap into the problems of the American people.

Meanwhile, President Trump is doing just that.  He is on his second visit to Houston, devastated in this past week by Hurricane Harvey.  He is winning over voters one by one.  This billionaire is challenging himself to seeing that actual problems everyday Americans go through.

Oh, and let’s not forget he also donated $1 million of personal funds to the hurricane.  What have you done lately, Hillary?  Looks like America chose the right man for the job.

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1 Comment

  1. Nell Moses

    September 5, 2017 at 12:50 pm

    This certainly is an “absolute joke,” but what is a bigger joke is that people are shelling out the money for tickets. Imagine their chagrin when they do not get much bang for their buck.

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