We’re guessing no one else was available for the Yale 2018 speech. Who would want this bitter partisan hack to speak to their students? Hillary Clinton is a 1973 graduate of Yale Law School so perhaps that’s it. Clinton pulled out the same bag of tricks she always uses…complain and blame…
You knew it was coming…Hillary Clinton told graduating students at Yale University on Sunday she was STILL grappling with the results of the 2016 election:

“No, I’m not over it, I still think about the 2016 election, I still regret the mistakes I made,” Clinton said during an address as part of Yale University’s Class Day. “Today, as a person, I’m Okay. As an American, I’m concerned.”

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“This is a moment to reach across divides of race, class, and politics to try to see the world through the eyes of people very different from ourselves and to return to rational debate,” she continued, speaking of “radical empathy” in the face of heightened partisanship and otherness.

The only “heightened partisanship” we’ve seen is the extreme partisanship coming from the Democrats who have tried to block pretty much everything President Trump has tried to do.

Clinton tried to entertain the crowd with a couple of lighthearted jokes, taking aim at President Trump, Michigan voters, and Facebook:

“I see looking out at you that you are following the tradition of over-the-top hats. So I brought a hat, too: A Russian hat”

“If you can’t beat them, join them,” Clinton added.

This is where it gets awkward…


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