Weird, she seems so warm and cuddly.
A Democratic megadonor told Colin Powell that Hillary Clinton “HATES” President Obama for beating her for the 2008 nomination, and she dismissively referred to him as “that man,” according to e-mails hacked from the general’’s account.
Corporate financier Jeffrey Leeds depicted Clinton as a sore loser set on revenge in the e-mails, which were obtained by The Intercept, and claimed Clinton is terrified she might lose again.
“I think Hillary can’t believe she might not make it,” Leeds wrote to Powell in March 2015. “It’s the one prize she wants. She has everything else.”
Leeds went on to say that the bitter 2008 Democratic primary left Clinton and Obama bitter rivals.
“And she HATES that the President (“that man,” as the Clintons call him) kicked her ass in 2008,” he wrote. “She can’t believe it or accept it.”
Leeds also wrote that Hillary’s State Department e-mail scandal might wreck her campaign — and that President Obama wouldn’t mind watching her burn for it.
“No one likes her and the criminal thing ain’t over,” Leeds wrote in another e-mail.
No one likes her, except for her adoring media sycophants. Powell, meanwhile, suggests Clinton looks like shit, which everyone realizes but don’t want to admit.
“She doesn’t look good,” Powell said in an e-mail. “She is working herself to death.”
She’s really going to be sick when she sees today’s poll numbers.
Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton by 5 percentage points in a Bloomberg Politics poll of Ohio, a gap that underscores the Democrat’s challenges in critical Rust Belt statesafter one of the roughest stretches of her campaign.
The Republican nominee leads Clinton 48 percent to 43 percent among likely voters in a two-way contest and 44 percent to 39 percent when third-party candidates are included.
The poll was taken Friday through Monday, as Clinton faced backlash for saying half of Trump supporters were a “basket of deplorables” and amid renewed concerns about her health after a video showed her stumbling as she left a Sept. 11 ceremony with what her campaign later said was a bout of pneumonia.
That wasn’t a stumble. She was collapsing.