If elected president, Hillary Clinton stands to become one of the most divisive figures in politics. When asked by Anderson Cooper during a debate which enemy she is the most proud of, Clinton said, among other things, Republicans.
She insulted a large number of Americans.
During the Christmas holiday, GOP candidates mainly tweeted good wishes for the holidays and many posted pictures with their families. Clinton, on the other hand, used the opportunity to again bash Republicans, tweeting, “American families like progress a lot. But the grinches in GOPville? It seems they do not.”
It is disheartening that, at a time when this nation is torn apart by racism and political divisiveness, the leading Democratic nominee is intent in increasing hateful rhetoric, instead of reaching out across the aisle to unite this country.
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Jacqueline Stone, Miami