RADNOR, PA — Speaking to students at the Radnor High School in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton just accused Barack Obama of being a big softie for complaining about the questions in Wednesday’s debate.
She said that having spent 8 years in the White House, she knows the type of pressure placed on presidents. “That was nothing,” she told the crowd.
“I’m with Harry Truman on this one: ‘If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen.’”
She then added the somewhat ambiguous line, “I’m very comfortable in the kitchen.”
Like many of Clinton’s recent attacks, there’s validity to criticizing Obama for whining about the debate, but she has absolutely zero credibility to do so.
During the last debate in Cleveland, Clinton had a paranoid outburst and carped about always getting the first question. When she was exposed in the debate last October over driver’s licences for illegal immigrants, her campaign branded it “the politics of pile on” and played the gender card.
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