Hillary Clinton pounds NY Times for 'schizophrenic' email coverage

15 Septembre, 2017, 15:29 | Auteur: Edgar Lajoie
  • Hillary Clinton pounds NY Times for 'schizophrenic' email coverage

So, dear reader, I suggest trying to read Hillary Rodham Clinton's book without that postmodern bias, without the stain of Donald Trump's despicable "Crooked Hillary" mantra. "I apologize to all of the trans community". Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) strictly honored the blue-slip requests, and Republicans took full advantage, leaving Trump a record number of federal judicial vacancies - 144, including 21 appellate judges and 115 district-level judges. "Now get over it and give the rest of us a break".

"To those who hear you, they hear your interviews that you've done, see the book coming out and think, 'Is this what the Democratic Party really needs?' That they need fresh leadership, they need new voices, new people entering the arena, and that by you being on the stage in such a public way, it hampers that?"

She cites studying Alexis de Tocqueville and his astonishment at the "habits of the heart" he found in the 1830s among the American people, describing the U.S.as "a nation of volunteers and problem solvers who believed that their own self-interest was advanced by helping one another". She was introduced by her youth minister in her high school days, to his concepts of grace and reconciliation. It's because she takes her adult political career back to her roots, to the formative days of her aspirational identity, her college days at Wellesley College when she evolved from a young Republican to an anti-war and civil rights advocate and delivered her now famous commencement address in 1969. I'm going to be supporting candidates. "From my perspective, I have a lot of experience and expertise and insight that I'm sharing with the world, and particularly with Democrats". Her age was showing, and she failed to galvanize the younger feminists who had imposed more rigorous standards for the sisterhood.

Slick Willy was an alley cat, but he was a natural at the game of politics. Bubba played by the old rules of masculinity, and she was vulnerable to the new rules of feminism. Theirs was a clash between personal politics and cultural perception. She graduated there the same year I graduated from seminary on the West Coast. That's not how it happened.

"It was a dumb mistake, but it was an even dumber scandal", Clinton told NPR's "Morning Edition" on Tuesday.

In an interview to promote the book, Clinton admitted her decision to set up a private email server for official State Department business was a "dumb decision", but added the media coverage turned it into "a dumber scandal". She blames the "sexism and misogyny" of those millions.