New Book Claims Hillary Would Have Been The ‘Booziest’ President Since The 1940’s

Hillary Clinton’s drinking habits are pretty well documented. She has admitted to drinking to ease the pain of losing the 2016 election. According to a new book, if elected, her drinking might have been an issue.

The Daily Caller reports:

New Book: Hillary Would Have Been ‘The Booziest President’ Since The 40s

A new article asks some serious questions about Hillary Clinton’s drinking habits.

National Review’s Kyle Smith writes about the revelation from Amy Chozick’s new book that there was supposed to be an article in The New York Times after the election that portrayed Hillary as fun and laid-back, citing her drinking habits as proof.

Smith wonders why that article couldn’t have run before the election.

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“The attentive reader will wonder whether Clinton has a drinking problem,” Smith writes. “Chozick says that Clinton would have been ‘the booziest president since FDR’ and ‘enjoys a cocktail — or three — more than most previous presidents.’ Chozick isn’t saying that Clinton has three cocktails but that she has three cocktails more than a man.”

He continues:

“So: five cocktails, then? Five cocktails for a woman is generally said to have the same effect as ten cocktails on a man. Would you want a man who regularly put away ten cocktails to be president?”

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America did the right thing by not electing this woman. Besides, Trump doesn’t drink at all!


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