Hillary made the statement at the weekend at a conference in Mumbai, India. "She's in India", Behar asked.
"You know, you didn't like black people getting rights, you don't like women, you know, getting jobs, you don't want to, you know, see that Indian-American succeeding more than you are, whatever your problem is, I'm going to solve it", she added during the hour-long speech.
Perhaps Hillary needs to coordinate her message better with that of former Vice President Joe Biden, who once said that a person could not go into a Dunkin Donuts without dealing with a clerk with an "Indian accent".
Haines expressed her displeasure at Clinton's comments, saying that real leaders needed to focus on the ground ahead of them, rather than the path that lay behind. "I was talking over my shoulder and my heel caught and I fell backwards", she told Norton.
On one level, that's not too surprising - given the historic nature of Obama's candidacy, especially for African-American voters, and given the usual fact that whites have a higher turnout rate than blacks - that a lot of black voters turned out for Obama then didn't vote in 2016. You know the orange a-hole in the White House is gonna eat up the news of his biggest rival (in his mind), Hillary Clinton, slipping on a huge stair case in India, like it's a Big Mac.More news: Sam Bradford intends to sign with Cardinals
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"Is that the commentary of someone who feels good about themselves, their lives, and their future?"
The incident took place at the Jahaj Maha Place in Mandu, where Clinton lost her balance on more than one occasion despite her aides acting as fulcrums from the sides. When women didn't have rights?
"The argument doesn't hold water". I won in the coasts, I win, you know, Illinois, Minnesota, places like that. It's bad, you can't vote for that.' So, it just stopped my momentum and it decreased my vote enough because I was ahead.
And Rep. Joe Crowley, D-NY told "Morning Joe's" Joe Scarborough, "I think the focus really now for the DNC has to be not about what happened in the last election but about the national election now, and that's in individual congressional districts, it's hand-to-hand combat".
"Well, we'll find out, we'll find out", she answered.