Krauthammer: ‘Childish,’ ‘Pathetic’ Hillary Won’t Take Blame for Election Loss – Breitbart News


Thursday on Fox News Channels Tucker Carlson Tonight, Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer criticized 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton for her remarks a day earlier at a tech conference in California.

Clinton avoided blaming herself for the loss, for which Krauthammer called childish and pathetic.

Look, I know Im in a minority with conservatives, but I actually feel sorry for her, Krauthammer said. I have a soft spot. It could be because I was in my youth a liberal. I retain the marshmallow deep inside of my heart that I try not to betray these days. But its a pathetic performance. Its sort of childish. She cant accept responsibility. She has practiced at this where she says I love in one of her riffs she says was a perfect candidate? No. Did I make mistakes? Yes. These are rhetorical devices, whoever said she was a perfect candidate? She was a terrible candidate. She was the worst of imaginable. I mean just look at the fact she couldnt shake the challenge of a 74-year-old socialist, who, this is the best part about Bernie Sanders, honeymooned in the Soviet Union. She couldnt shake his challenge for six months.

By the way, Lindsey Graham once said about Bernie and the Soviet Union, yes, and he never left, he continued. That was her challenge, and she had the DNC behind her. She complained about the DNC being against her. Its not delusional. Losing an election, losing something youve been after for eight years probably 16 years is pretty hard. And I think her handlers are somebody who cares for her should have said dont go out there. You wait a few more years, people will mellow to you. They want to remember details. Maybe they will have some affection for you. Michael Dukakis, Walter Mondale these are people who didnt elicit the same kind of antipathy she does because they didnt wallow in self-pity.

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