Hillary ‘Gobsmacked’ After Election Loss

Last November was one of the closest elections in history, running a close second to the infamous hanging chad election of 2000 between George W. Bush and Al Gore. Going into the election, virtually the entire liberal media and every democrat was positive that it was a foregone conclusion that Hillary Clinton would be the winner.

However, they were all shocked and dumbfounded when late that night or in the wee hours of the next day, it was announced that Donald Trump had secured enough Electoral College votes to win the presidency. Many have still not gotten over the fact that the majority of the American people rejected Hillary (when you correct the popular vote with all of the many instances of voter fraud, Trump also won the popular vote.

In a recent interview Hillary said she was ‘gobsmacked’ when she learned she lost.

Hillary Clinton said Sunday in her first TV interview since Election Day that she was just “gobsmacked, wiped out” after losing the presidential election to Donald Trump.

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Clinton, who is releasing a new memoir Tuesday titled “What Happened” that points fingers and accepts responsibility for her defeat, also told CBS News’ “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley that she won’t ever run for office again.

“I am done with being a candidate, but I’m not done with politics because I believe that our country’s future is at stake,” Clinton said during the interview at her home in Chappaqua, New York…

In the interview, Clinton revealed that she was so confident of her victory that she had only worked on a victor speech and never considered working on a concession speech. She said she couldn’t feel, couldn’t think as she was just gobsmacked and wiped out. Hopefully, she will just retire and ride off into the ‘I got away with many crimes’ sunset, along with Barack Obama.




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