Hillary Clinton taunted former first lady Melania Trump during an interview on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live.” Host Andy Cohen asked Clinton to play a game where he shows her a picture of a celebrity and tells her to say the first question she would ask this person.
Cohen showed Hillary a picture of Mark Zuckerberg. Hillary said, “Do you let your kids go on Facebook?” Cohen showed her a picture of Dem Hollywood stars. Hillary gushed over them. (See Video Below)
Cohen put up a picture of Melania Trump. Hillary responded with a taunt, “How’s your summer going?” Next,
Chelsea Clinton was on the show as well and she took the chance to slam Ivanka Trump saying the former first daughter ‘went to the dark side.’
“We were friends.
“She is not the person I called when I was curious about something for my kids or if I was debating a life decision, but we were definitely friends.
“And then she went to the dark side.
“I don’t think Ivanka and Donald are the same by any standard.
“But I think she’s more than complicit.
“I don’t want to be friends with someone like that,” she added.
Hillary also went after the entire Republican Party during a separate interview with Forbes Newsroom.
“For reasons that are really hard to fully understand, there is one of our political parties and the people who support it and who they support seemingly at odds with democracy.
“Sadly, many people, myself included, certainly members of the press, the public, the political leadership has concluded that it seems almost out of reach to bring people who refuse to accept the reality of our election back to the table, people who support the insurgents who attacked our Capitol.
“Honestly, it does seem to me that the best thing that could happen for the country, and frankly for what’s left of the Republican Party, is to defeat as many candidates that they have running now at all levels.
“National, state and local.
“And force them to purge their party of the disease that has unfortunately spread.
“That is undermining our democratic institutions and our rule of law and our truth, our common truth,” she said.