Hillary Clinton Used This Trick To Try Skipping Donald Trump's Inauguration

Hillary Clinton Used This Trick To Try Skipping Donald Trump's Inauguration

Hillary Clinton Used This Trick To Try Skipping Donald Trump's Inauguration

Less than a year after Donald Trump won the presidential election and was inaugurated as President of the United States, many people still struggle to come to grips with this unexpected reality.

President Trump said in a tweet on Saturday that Facebook was on the side of former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in the 2016 general election campaign, APA reports quoting The Hill.

"I really tried to get out of going", she remembered on "The Graham Norton Show", adding that she was going as former first lady, not as Trump's opposing candidate.

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But once they found out the Bushes and the Carters were attending, she knew the ruse was up.

First of all, Clinton says she didn't even want to attend the ceremony.

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On a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Clinton opened up about attending the inauguration and what it was like to watch Trump give his *wild* (to say the least) inauguration speech firsthand, surrounded by nearly all the former occupants of the highest office in the U.S.

"I really tried to get out of going", Mrs. Clinton said.

She claimed, "we thought maybe others aren't going, so we called the Bushes". "That didn't happen", Clinton said. She then echoed her previous judgment that it was "cry from the white-nationalist gut".

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