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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Hillary’s super witchiness helped doom her campaign, says book

'Visibly, unflinchingly p---ed off' and 'she let us know she felt that way'

Surprise, surprise: Hillary Clinton was a raving mad super witch to her campaign staffers – and she got “so mad she couldn’t think straight” after Democratic Party candidate Bernie Sanders stole Michigan from her grasp during the 2016 primary in March.

In fact, top aides say Hillary, who was “visibly p—ed off,” attacked them with a “potent mix of exhaustion and exasperation” after the unexpected and embarrassing defeat in which she lost to Sanders 49 percent to 48 percent.

During another Hillary freakout, husband and former President Bill Clinton jumped in and began ripping into her aides. He gave them an “a– chewing” on the phone and demanded that they “do their damn jobs.”

Hillary’s epic tantrums continuously plagued her campaign, according to the new book, “Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign,” by political writers Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes, who claim to have had “deep access to insiders from the top to the bottom of the campaign.”

The book, which is scheduled to be released next week, says Hillary’s presidential campaign was “living in denial.”



Anonymous said...

Too bad, so sad.

Anonymous said...

Clinton will NEVER BE President. Trump will win again then Avanka will win. 16 years of Trump land. Fine by me.

Anonymous said...

There is one word to describe a woman like her and it is not a "Witch".

Anonymous said...

4:26 AM, you're right, it's witch with a "B"

Anonymous said...

My boss is like that. Very demanding and demeaning to this he sees as a minion. Everyone hates him. He's become successful at being a dick. Even when he does something charitable, he lets everyone know it. Such an ass.

Anonymous said...

Secret service agents knew all about her personality from days in White House but press refused to inform public.

Anonymous said...

I had a district manager who was a bona fide sociopath. I decided to retire after 30 years of being a top rated employee. So sad that companies hire psychotics.