2016 Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton has a PR problem. While she can handily count on a sturdy percentage of the left to vote for her because she has a (D) by her name, the fact remains that she is inherently unlikable.
Still, because the compliant media works feverishly to downplay her attitude, many Americans remain unaware of her nasty character.
Her demeanor is frigid and any interactions with fans or critics that are not carefully orchestrated too-often entail a rude and “snappy” reply from the presidential hopeful who acts like a queen.
Now, we can add her lack of humility to the list of PR problems plaguing the candidate.
Like those Americans under siege in Benghazi. As terrorists stormed our consulate and murdered our fellow Americans, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton passionately advocated for rescue for our diplomats.
Actually, no. She didn’t. She went to bed and then helped formulate a preposterous narrative surrounding a YouTube video to shift the blame off of her and the Obama Administration. But still, she’s super passionate about helping people.
When the interviewer asked Hillary about her greatest weakness, she responded:
“How much time do we have? I am impatient and I sometimes come across as impatient, which is not always attractive, and [I] get really frustrated with people who don’t understand what I think it’s going to take to make our country great tomorrow just like we were yesterday.”
Yes- her greatest weakness is that other people are just too dumb to understand the value of her radical belief system and her advocacy for policies that have not only failed in other countries, but are failing us here in the U.S. as well.
Humility, thy name is Hillary.