Hillary Clinton takes her 'deplorables' argument for another spin

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Clinton, who has served as a first lady, senator, and secretary of state during her political career, said the onus is on voters to separate what they might see are entertaining qualities about a candidate and what the candidate would be able to accomplish if he or she is elected.

Clinton then told a story from the second debate between her and Trump, a town hall-style debate.

"If people were looking for the reality TV campaign, maybe I should have given them more entertainment", she said.

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said that US President Donald Trump has a bromance going on with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probe MORE has reportedly been questioning witnesses about Trump's business dealings in Russia as he investigates Russian interference in the 2016 election. Some have suggested Clinton was saying wealthy people's votes should have counted for more.

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"Make America Great Again" was looking backwards.

"I want to thank India's leadership and commitment to bring other countries to the recognition of threat posed by climate change", she said.

The final part of her comments above might be the most incendiary, though, and it most closely resembles her "deplorables" critique. She also cited racism against Indians in her explanation to an Indian audience.

And people try to say Trump is a hateful human being. "It means a person who is most outrageous and says incorrect things, but gets away with it", she said.

Clinton was asked while speaking at an event in Mumbai about the relationship Trump has with Putin.

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