Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton weighed-in on the 2018 midterms Wednesday morning; ironically urging all Wisconsin residents to “make sure” they vote in the upcoming election.
Clinton -who faced widespread criticism for largely ignoring Wisconsin and other key swing states in 2016- posted her comments on social media; saying “Make sure any South Carolinians or Wisconsinites you know don’t miss their chance to vote. Both states’ voter registration deadlines are today.”
Make sure any South Carolinians or Wisconsinites you know don't miss their chance to vote. Both states' voter registration deadlines are today: https://t.co/tTgeqxNqYm
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 17, 2018
Clinton’s comments come as the former Secretary of State and Bill Clinton are set to launch their joint speaking tour; hitting multiple cities across North America heading into 2019.
SHE FOUND IT: Hillary Clinton Finally Visits Wisconsin... to Sell Books
Hillary will visit Milwaukee on November 9th, exactly one year and a day since her shocking defeat to President Trump.
While Clinton continues to blame a host of outside factors for her loss, including Russian meddling, the release of DNC emails, the FBI investigation of her private email server, most democrats and commentators believe she made a fatal flaw in ignoring key states, such as Wisconsin.
“What Happened” will be released on September 12th.
TOO LATE: Hillary Finally VISITS WISCONSIN to Discuss Her Historic Defeat
Doomed Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will finally visit the state of Wisconsin on her never-ending excuses book tour; traveling to the pivotal swing state exactly one year after losing the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump.
The former Secretary of State will make an appearance at the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee while promoting her tell-all memoir, “What Happened,” on Thursday. Clinton will read excerpts from the book and field questions from the audience, most of whom paid big bucks to see the failed candidate.
“Join Hillary Rodham Clinton this Fall as she travels the United States. She’ll connect with audiences in a conversation about a story that’s personal, raw, detailed, and surprisingly funny,” said the events website. “She’ll take you with her on her journey and talk about What Happened, what’s next, and what’s on your mind. What you’ll see will be her story – Live. Her story of resilience, how to get back up after a loss, and how we can all look ahead. It’s about Hillary’s experience as a woman in politics — she lets loose on this topic, and others, in a way she never has before.”
Clinton came under fire from furious Democrats in 2016 after her failed run for the White House, with many pointing out she completely ignored Wisconsin, Michigan, and other swing states that flipped for Donald Trump in 2016.