The nasty comments from past administration officials continues with the former Secretary of State who thinks we are a Democracy and not a Republic. Madeline Albright might have a bad memory these days because there are many past presidents you’d put ahead of President Trump. Buck Sexton and many others filled Albright in on where she went wrong:

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Twitter was on fire with comments back to Albright. This is the same woman who there’s a special place in h*ll for women who don’t vote for Hillary Clinton. She’s a Clinton crony who is just another Trump attacker who won’t shut up.

We really enjoyed reading the tweets back to Albright.

MADELINE ALBRIGHT has a new book coming out so she decided to make an outrageous statement about President Trump to call attention to the book release. It’s too bad that old diplomats don’t fade away but just turn into attention wh*res trying to sell books.

MORE TWEETS BELOW:

The Hill reports:

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said she believes President Trump is the “most anti-democratic president that I have studied in American history.”

Albright, whose new book “Fascism: A Warning” comes out next week, told NPR Monday that the U.S. isn’t fulfilling its role as a democratic leader in the world under Trump.

“I believe very much that democracy in the United States is resilient [and] that people can be skeptical about things that are going on, but I really am afraid that we are taking things for granted,” she said.

Albright said Trump’s attacks on the judicial system, the electoral process and minorities as well as his attempts to undermine the press show that his instincts aren’t democratic.

SO SHE’S CALLING OUR PRESIDENT A LIAR?

“I’ve picked up that phrase ‘see something, say something,’ and I am seeing some things that are the kinds of things that we have seen in other countries, and so I am saying not only should we say something, but we have to do something about it,” Albright said.

“We normally have believed that the president tells the truth. And I know I’m very worried about the fact that there are deliberate ways of misstating the issue, and then the people think, ‘If the president said it, it must be right,’ when it’s just a deliberate untruth,” she continued.

The former top diplomat, who served in the Clinton administration, has criticized Trump’s behavior before, saying last year that his “disdain for diplomacy” is driving an exodus of staffers from the State Department and creating a “national security emergency.”

OUR PREVIOUS REPORT ON ALBRIGHT:

MADELINE ALBRIGHT: There’s A Special Place In Hell For Women Who Don’t Support Hillary Clinton

Shaming people into voting for someone…now that’s what I call desperation. How about we let young women decide for themselves who they vote for without being told they’ll go to hell if they don’t follow in lockstep with the demands of the left. Note to Hillary and Ms. Albright: Women can think for themselves these days.

Former Sec. of State Madeleine Albright attempted to shame young women voters at a Hillary Clinton campaign event on Saturday, repeating her now-famous line: “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other.”

Albright joined New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker at a rally in Concord, N.H., just days before the nation’s first presidential primary of the 2016 campaign.

The 78-year-old diplomat, who served in the Bill Clinton White House, complained that some young women “don’t understand the importance of why young women have to support Hillary Clinton.”

“The story is not over, they’re going to want to push us back. Appointments to the Supreme Court make all the difference,” Albright said of Republicans, adding that young women “have to help” and that “Hillary Clinton will be there for you.”

“Just remember: there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other,” Albright said, much to the joy of Clinton, who is seen laughing at the remark, which she has used numerous times in the past.

Via: DC


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