Ann Coulter Slammed Bill Clinton For Blaming ‘Angry White Men’ For Hillary’s Loss

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Former President Bill Clinton opened up about his view on the outcome of this year’s presidential election and his wife’s loss. As expected, he didn’t admit Hillary’s failure nor did he called her or the Democrats responsible for the defeat.

Instead of focusing on his wife’s inability to reach out and connect with the real problems of working-class Americans, he dared to insult Trump’s voters, blaming them for the defeat and calling them ‘angry white men’.

He started by mocking President-elect Donald Trump’s intelligence with his answer to the question whether or not Trump is smart. To that, Bill responded with: “He doesn’t know much”. He continued with his condescending statement and said: “One thing he does know is how to get angry, white men to vote for him”.

This is really no surprise, but Clinton’s race-baiting did get a lot of negative reactions on Twitter. Probably the best one came from Ann Coulter:

 

She’s right. If we continue with this ‘whimsical’ approach, there really isn’t much angry men left, considering the American people get what they wanted – Obama out of the White House and Democrats on their knees. Every day is Christmas since the election, for all of us. And the hysteric whining of the ‘sore-losers’ is our Christmas present.

Many others also agreed with Coulter’s witty response:

And let’s not forget that the white men aren’t the only ones jumping from joy:

Let’s mention once again that besides ‘angry, white men’, Bill also blamed FBI Director James Comey and his letter for Hillary’s tremendous loss.

“James Comey cost her the election,” Clinton said.

Bill also seized the opportunity to talk about the Russians and their alleged hacking, saying: “You would need to have a single-digit IQ not to recognize what was going on.”

We all have a clue what’s going on, Bill! Now, you are the ONLY WHITE ANGRY MAN left! Nice job, Ann Coulter!

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