Hillary Clinton writes in her new book, “What Happened,” that she confronted Trump’s Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke during the inauguration for calling her an “Antichrist.”
“You know, Congressman,” she writes, “I am not actually the Antichrist.”
— Alex Guillén (@alexcguillen) September 12, 2017
She also said that Zinke was “taken aback” and he “mumbled something about not having meant it.”
“One thing I’ve learned over the years is how easy it is for some people to say horrible things about me when I’m not around, but how hard it is for them to look me in the eye and say it to my face,” she wrote.
Yeah, Navy SEAL veteran was terrified to look Clinton in the eyes, that is the truth.
Zinke made that comment at a campaign event 2014 when he was a candidate for Congress. A week after he said she was an “antichrist”, he was to clarify the comment.
“I would say this: It was perhaps a little harsh,” Zinke stated. “But I had two friends in Benghazi, and the truth does matter.”
Navy SEAL veterans Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty died after the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, on Sep 11. The mother of Sean Smith, another veteran who lost his life in Benghazi, said that Hillary Clinton lied to her at Sean’s funeral.
Clinton also compared herself to Queen Cersei, the evil character in the books and tv show “Game of Thrones.”
Hillary Clinton maybe is not an “Antichrist,” but she sure won’t get a lot of sympathy from her political adversaries.
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