Right hears deja vu all over again with Hillary Clinton in India


Is there a timetable for when Hillary Clinton wakes up and smells the coffee? A roundup of editorials Wednesday takes a look at the issue.

Opinions from the right:

1.  Until Democrats come to grips with why Hillary lost, Trump will keep winning

From columnist Ben Shapiro: If your party’s former standard-bearer is slamming half the country, you could be a Democrat.

2. 'Backwards': Hillary Clinton still has no clue why she lost

From The Federalist: Apparently, Hillary still doesn’t get the problem with calling voters names.

3.  Hillary attacks half of America… again

From columnist Dick Morris: Open contempt for half the country could be the reason you aren’t in the White House, Hillary.
 


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