Democrats turning on Hillary

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She said: "His [Mr Trump's] whole campaign, 'Make America Great Again, ' was looking backwards".

The remark about white women outraged Lahren.

She also said that women who voted for Trump were too dumb to make up their own minds, and had been brainwashed by "ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should".

Hillary Clinton told an audience in India that the United States did not "deserve" Donald Trump's presidency and these are "perilous times". "Whatever your problem is, I'm going to solve it", said Clinton, describing her version of Trump's "MAGA" message.

Clinton found herself in hot-water Tuesday after speaking at an global conference in India; slamming "white women" for costing her the 2016 election to Donald Trump. "But there are studies that show that how white women vote, especially those who are married, is highly influenced by the politics of their husbands", writes the liberal newspaper.

"We need leaders like her to look forward to 2020 and how to unify the party, not continue to re-litigate the past".

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Some of the staunchest Clinton allies believe her decision to dredge up her "basket of deplorables" comments from the 2016 election Tuesday were cringe-worthy and ultimately detrimental to Democrats. Democrats have been arguing for several months that her sentiments have been counterproductive to the party's rebuilding efforts - the party is working overtime to rebuild the blue wall throughout the Rust Belt that Democrats relied on to win elections.

RNC Deputy Communications Director Mike Reed insisted that the party tries not "to focus on Hillary Clinton", but her latest comments are "impossible to ignore". "That's a lot of states".

Clinton beat Trump in the popular vote by almost 3 million ballots, but lost to the president in the Electoral College in a stunning upset.

'The Democrat brand is isolated, elitist, and as out-of-touch as it ever has been, ' Reed harped as he shared Clinton's comments with reporters.

Another former aide told the publication that it seems "the party has moved on from Hillary Clinton".