Hillary Gloats Over Firing Of Matt Lauer Because He Asked Her Tough Questions Before Election

Hillary Clinton is the worst loser in the history of American politics. Now that Matt Lauer has been fired from NBC News for allegations of sexual harassment, she is taking pleasure in the news because he asked her tough questions before the election.

The Hill reports:

Clinton on Matt Lauer: ‘Every day I believe more in karma’

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton commented Thursday night on longtime NBC host Matt Lauer’s firing, remarking that she believes in the concept of karma a little more “every day,” Philly Voice reports.

Clinton was speaking in Philadelphia as part of her national book tour promoting her memoir, “What Happened,” which looks at her unsuccessful 2016 presidential campaign.

“Every day I believe more in karma,” Clinton said when asked about Lauer’s firing, before lumping him in with several other “men who shaped the narrative” who have been fired over similar allegations of sexual misconduct.

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“The only way we will get sexism out of politics is to get more women in politics,” she added.

Lauer was fired Wednesday morning after NBC News said it was alerted of a credible accusation of sexual misconduct against Lauer. Since the veteran host’s firing, several more women came forward to allege Lauer sexually assaulted them in incidents dating back to 2001.

Clinton criticized Lauer in “What Happened” for his handling of an NBC News “Commander-in-Chief Forum” just two months before Election Day. During the forum, Lauer frequently interrupted Clinton and pressed her on her email controversy. Critics said Lauer went much easier on now-President Trump during a separate interview.

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Trump was right. She really is a nasty woman.



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