Hillary: Trump Is 'Even Worse Than I Thought He'd Be'

Cheryl Sanders
September 25, 2017

On Saturday, Clinton sat down with MSNBC's Joy Reid to discuss her new book, "What Happened".

Clinton also said she was "troubled" to hear people chanting "Lock her up" at Trump rallies.

Hillary Clinton reflected on media coverage of her emails today, claiming that some members of the press have admitted to her they "overdid" it. Clinton suggested that they were opening themselves up to sexism.

Reid asked Clinton, "In your view, I mean, this has been said about him, is Donald Trump a white supremacist?" We had such a public and still an ongoing movement to expand civil rights.

"I certainly think there's a lot of evidence as to how he has behaved historically and as president".


"When she got up and gave a speech, it didn't soar".

'It was deeply troubling on several levels, ' Clinton said. "And I try to unpack this, because first of all it's not pleasant to be called names and to be subjected to the kind of insults that come across the online media all the time, which we see when women express an opinion", Ms Clinton said.

The chants of "Lock her up" continue.

The chant was frequently heard at Trump rallies throughout the 2016 USA presidential campaign.

Trump told the crowd in response that they should "speak to [Attorney General] Jeff Sessions about that".


Clinton further explained that she believes sexism remains a major issue in America and people are just starting to wake up and see it, just like they began to wake up and notice racism when Barack Obama was elected president in 2008.

"It was frustrating because I never saw her elevate her game".

Ms Clinton is now promoting her book on the topic, titled What Happened, which was released this month.

The book sold 167,000 hardcovers in its first week of release, the biggest nonfiction book launch since 2012.


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