Hillary Refuses To Condemn The Left Becoming ‘Uncivil’ — Calls For ‘Strength’ To Resist Trump

Justin Caruso | Senior Media Reporter

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton rejected calls of civility in a recent interview, calling for “strength and resolve” to resist President Trump.

The Guardian reports that when asked about some on the left becoming “uncivil” recently, she responded:

“‘Oh, give me a break,’ she erupts, eyes widening into indignation. ‘Give me a break! What is more uncivil and cruel than taking children away? It should be met with resolve and strength. And if some of that comes across as a little uncivil, well, children’s lives are at stake; their futures are at stake. That is that ridiculous concept of bothsideism.'”

Clinton also mocked people who call for civility in political discourse, imitating, “Well, you know, somebody made an insulting, profane remark about President Trump, and he separated 2,300 children from their families, that’s both sides, and we should stop being uncivil — oh, and, by the way, he should stop separating children.” (RELATED: In Private, Hillary Would Always Say That Trump Supporters Were ‘Deplorable’ During The Campaign)

NEW YORK, NY – APRIL 27: Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers the keynote address at the Regional Plan Association annual assembly in Midtown Manhattan, April 27, 2018 in New York City. The Regional Plan Association (RPA) is a not-for-profit regional urban research and advocacy group for the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan area. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

“‘Give me a break, really,’ she growls, rolling her eyes,” The Guardian article also reported her saying. (RELATED: NEW BOOK: Hillary Clinton Went On ‘F**k-Laced’ Tirade Against Trump During 2016 Debate Prep)

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