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This Shocking Video Shows Hillary Losing Her Cool and UNLEASHING Her Rage On a Student For Asking 1 Simple Question


Hillary Clinton keeps on demonstrating the she really doesn’t have a filter on her big mouth. The rumors around her 2016 Campaign even say that she has a bit of a temper problem. Of course, there is also the ‘alleged’ book throwing incident, which drew blood on President Clinton. But then, who is really surprised that she would be acting just a little off? It’s not like this isn’t her regular behavior patterns:


However, if you desire more proof, you need only flash back to 2009, when, while speaking at a town hall meeting in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Hillary lost her cool while answering a question posed to her by a student.

According to ABC News, a student simply asked Hillary what her husband, Bill Clinton, thought about “Chinese contracts” that were apparently circulating in Congo at the time. This question did not make the former Secretary of State happy.

“My husband is not the secretary of state,” she continued. “I am. So, you ask my opinion, I will tell you my opinion. I’m not going to be channeling my husband.”

Is that really an appropriate way to speak to a student of a foreign nation, especially given that he reportedly misspoke and had meant instead to ask Clinton about “the views of President Obama?”

What a crazy old bat. She needs to slow down and learn how to not bite people’s heads off when they make a simple mistake. Especially a student from a foreign nation. My goodness Hillary, didn’t your mother teach you any manners?

This is the stuff that makes for an excellent President, folks.

H/T :Conservative Tribune

Written by Katie McGuire. Follow Katie on Twitter @GOPKatie, on Facebook, or email the author at


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