The “queen of mean” is back and promoting her new memoir, filled with the hatefulness we’ve come to expect. Titled What Happened, the book is shaping up to be another whine fest for Clinton. Recounting one of their presidential debates, the failed democratic candidate shares her thoughts on the president. She says she toyed with the idea of telling Mr. Trump to “back up you creep,” alluding to the moment he stood behind her on stage. “My skin crawled,” Clinton said.
“It was one of those moments where you wish you could hit pause and ask everyone watching “well, what would you do?” To answer her truthfully, most of us watching were just hoping he’d boot her lying butt off the stage, right? Clinton pointed out that just two days prior to the debate “the world heard [Trump] brag about groping women.”
She is obviously flattering herself way too much here.
To avoid speaking her mind to then-candidate Trump, Clinton says she just “gripped the microphone extra-hard.” However, looking back, she wishes she would’ve just told him off. “It certainly would have been better TV,” she said. “Maybe I have over-learned the lesson of staying calm, biting my tongue, digging my fingernails into a clenched fist, smiling all the while, determined to present a composed face to the world.”
We must admit, Clinton does possess an excellent ability to keep a straight face while lying to the American people. In fact, she has perfected the art of the “poker face.” She has insulted millions of “deplorable” Trump supporters. And, disparaged the grieving parents of the Benghazi victims. And she did those things with a look on her face that said: “I am above the law.”
Talk about creepy?
Slated for release on September 12th, the memoir promises to be an inside look at the mistakes Clinton made on the campaign trail. According to a press release, it will also address her “devastating and unexpected” loss to President Trump. “If the Russians could hack my subconscious, they’d find a long list,” said Clinton.
We suspect that the last statement is the only truth readers will find in her overly dramatic tale.