Hillary’s last hurrah: Clinton greets her campaign staff one last time, admitting the last few days have been ‘very, very tough’ as it’s claimed she was ‘inconsolable’ after crushing defeat to Trump
- Clinton hosted a party at The Marriott hotel close to her campaign headquarters in Brooklyn Friday
- Video shows her staff members cheering for her as she walked on stage
- Earlier on Friday during a call to entire campaign staff, she said the last few days have been ‘very, very tough’ and it’s taken an emotional toll on her
- Conservative author Ed Klein say Clinton called one of her friends crying about losing the election to Trump early Wednesday morning
- He shared the friend is someone Clinton knows from ‘way, way back’
- Klein added that the friend ‘said it was even hard to understand what she was saying, she was crying so hard’
- He also said Clinton apparently blamed FBI Director James Comey for her loss, as he reopened investigation into her emails 11 days before election
- Clinton’s longtime aide Huma Abedin was pictured on Friday crying as she walked to the Clinton campaign headquarters
Days after losing the presidential election, Hillary Clinton emerged on Friday night at a party for her campaign staff in New York after acknowledging earlier that the last few days have been ‘very, very tough’.
Clinton was cheered by her staff members as she walked on stage during the event at The Marriott hotel, close to her campaign headquarters in Brooklyn.
Her husband, Bill, daughter Chelsea, campaign chairman John Podesta and top aide Huma Abedin were standing close by as they also clapped for her.
As her staff started chanting her name, she stood there and admired the crowd of people cheering her on, while also saying ‘thank you so much’.
She also said she had 1,200 roses delivered to her home on Friday and that she brought them to the event for everyone to have.
While speaking to the crowd, she begged them to keep fighting for what’s right….read more here
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