by Geoffrey Grider, Now The End Begins:
In a city where nearly 80 percent of the electorate voted for her, Hillary Clinton can forget that she polarized the electorate and the millions of Americans who consider her the incarnation of an abhorrent political class.
THE PROSPECT OF A HILLARY CLINTON COMEBACK AFTER HER SHOCK LOSS TO DONALD TRUMP COULD HARDLY BE LESS CERTAIN, BUT IN NEW YORK WHERE SHE IS REVERED, PLENTY OF PEOPLE DREAM OF HER RUNNING FOR MAYOR.
Her public appearances since the election have been largely confined to walks in the woods close to her Chappaqua home, where she is photographed in minimal make-up by neighbors mourning her defeat and repelled by the president-elect.
The 69-year-old former secretary of state otherwise emerged to present pop star Katy Perry with an award at a UNICEF ball and has been photographed at smart restaurants such as the Polo Bar, dining with fashion designer Ralph Lauren who custom-made the pantsuit in which she conceded defeat to Trump.
Then there was also a December meeting with donors at which the New York Times said that she blamed her loss on Russian President Vladimir Putin and the late-hour FBI intervention over her email scandal.
10 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT HILLARY CLINTON:
In a city where nearly 80 percent of the electorate voted for her, Clinton can forget that she polarized the electorate and the millions of Americans who consider her the incarnation of an abhorrent political class.
On January 8, she got a standing ovation on Broadway when she attended the last night of The Color Purple — in stark contrast to Vice President-elect Mike Pence who was booed and lectured when he went to Hamilton in November.
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