Published: Thu, March 15, 2018
World | By Melba Underwood

In Context: Did Hillary Clinton call Wisconsin 'backwards'?

In Context: Did Hillary Clinton call Wisconsin 'backwards'?

During a trip to India, Clinton explained how Democrats struggle to attract white male voters and, in turn, white married women.

'And part of that is an identification with the Republican Party, and a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should, ' the ex-Democratic nominee said. But while Donald Trump came out on top in the election, Hillary Clinton can still draw ire from conservative groups and pundits-as when she recently criticized those who voted for Trump as supporting a backward-looking ideology.

Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today picked injuries in her hand during her visit to Rajasthans Jodhpur and had to cancel some of her programmes as a result, officials said.

Clinton added that America doesn't deserve a Trump presidency, and highlighted the people and businesses in the country that were standing up for their ideals.

In a weird article titled, "Like it or not, studies suggest that Clinton may not be wrong on white women voting like their husbands", the Post claims the former Secretary of State's fiery rhetoric was scientifically accurate. The campaign of US president Donald Trump, on the other hand, was "looking backwards". "Where governments lag like our own, business leaders and activists have stepped up to take action", she said.

But when Harris Faulkner suggested that Trump isn't "putting out a treasure trove for the opposite party" to use against him, Democratic commentator Jessica Tarlov wasn't having it.

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Clinton is in India to promote her book on her loss in the 2016 presidential elections.

"She's talking about Republican women only vote how their husbands tell them".

Lahren argued that Democrats cannot win "middle America" unless they distance themselves from Clinton.

Clinton's former aides and surrogates bristled at Clinton's remarks at a conference in India this week, where the former 2016 presidential candidate said states that supported her in 2016 are "more economically advanced" than those that went for Trump.

Other members of Clinton's inner circle have acknowledged why she lost. "That's a lot of states".

Co-host Melissa Francis disregarded the comments about Trump, saying attempts to attack his message obviously didn't work.

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