LETTER: Hillary Clinton shot herself in the foot

She attacked the supporters of Trump, rather than just Trump himself

Hillary Clinton.

The Editor,

Re: “A baby could crawl over bar Trump and Clinton set,” column by Tom Zytaruk, Nov. 10.

The victory celebration hall was prepared for Hillary Clinton’s entrance, complete with glass ceiling that was expected to collapse, when Clinton entered the room. After losing, she was a no-show, and the glass ceiling remained intact.

Another big mistake Hillary made was her comment that “There is a special place in hell for women who do not support a woman candidate.”

In addition to this, she attacked the supporters of Trump, rather than just Trump himself. That is not the way you win voters over to your side. She shot herself in the foot.

Fred Perry, Surrey

 

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