Classless Hillary Clinton Snubs First Lady Melania At Bush Funeral. Here’s What Happened.

Hillary Clinton, a former First Lady and two-time failed Democratic presidential candidate, proved beyond a shadow of a doubt on Wednesday that she does not possess an ounce of class or poise.

Clinton, along with hubby Bill, the Obamas, and the Trumps, was in attendance at the funeral of former President George H.W. Bush, where she decided to snub First Lady Melania by refusing to shake her hand or even wave at her.

Bitter to the end.

Melania shook hands with former President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, and former President Bill Clinton as she then waved in the direction of Hillary and former President Jimmy Carter – only to receive a wave back from Carter and an awkward and bitter nod back from Hillary.

Many on Twitter commented that Hillary’s actions at the funeral were rude and classless:

This was really awkward and absolutely, totally ungracious. It’s easy to understand being disappointed at not achieving a goal you had set out for yourself, but when you allow that “failure” to define who you are as a person and let it influence the manner in which you respond to others, you’ve crossed a line.

It’s been two years, Mrs. Clinton. It’s time to get over it.

Also, this was a funeral to honor the legacy of a great man and former president. This was not the time for such displays of bitterness. Surely all of the hostilities could be set aside for one day.

The Obamas were able to do it.

This is just one more reason why we should be thankful Hillary didn’t get the job back in 2016.

Source: Daily Wire

Michael Stanley is a professional writer with 10 years of experience who has previously written for Young Conservatives, Allen West, and many others.
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