It was another weekend in the rabbit hole that is Trump's America.Stand down @lsarsour, you didn’t start the #WomensMarch - #PantsuitNation did.— Flyover Feminist (@FlyoverFeminist) January 22, 2018
If @HillaryClinton were in office the only people marching would be Trump & BS supporters - both groups disproportionately made up of men. #YouDontSpeakForMeLinda #StillWithHer #BlueWave2018 #Resist pic.twitter.com/zW3Cr1OWP8
Amy Chozick's editorial in last week's New York Times suggested that Hillary was fading from the political scene. Refreshingly, Gail Collins does not see things that way at all.
Many of the women who marched Saturday said specifically that they marched because of Hillary.
Question: Do you think Donald Trump spends more time thinking about Hillary Clinton than Hillary Clinton spends thinking about Donald Trump?
Sure does seem like it. The other day, Trump was discussing Russia at a news conference with the prime minister of Norway, when he suddenly announced that Clinton “was not for a strong military and Hillary, my opponent, was for windmills, and she was for other types of energy that don’t have the same capacities at this moment certainly.”
Yeah, it didn’t make any sense. But he really can’t seem to get past her. Recently while promoting tax cuts and a congressional candidate in Pennsylvania, Trump veered off to remind the crowd that during the campaign, Clinton had once called his supporters “deplorables.”
“Who would have thought that was going to turn into a landslide?” asked the president, alluding to a contest in which he lost the popular vote by 2.9 million.
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Hillary Clinton is not going anywhere. The events page at the website for her book continues to forecast additional events in 2018. Moreover, Donald Trump seems unable to let her go.