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Hilary Clinton Says Trump Doesn't Deserve US Presidency

Previous US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in her last phases of the three-day private trek to Madhya Pradesh, India. Be that as it may, aside from being entranced by India's history, the previous presidential competitor's excursion additionally included taking a swipe at US President Donald Trump amid a discourse in Mumbai.

The excursion incorporated a dialog at the country's monetary capital, Mumbai, a watercraft ride on Narmada stream, and a meet with her maharaja companion Richard Holkar, a sovereign from the Holkar imperial family.

On her visit to Mumbai, she set aside the opportunity to talk about US President Trump and asserted that his voters 'don't care for dark individuals' and that their 'spouses were advised not to vote in favor of her' amid the races.

"I won the spots that speak to 66% of America's total national output. So I won the spots that are idealistic, differing, dynamic, pushing ahead. Also, his entire crusade, 'Make America Great Again,' was looking backwards," Hillary told CNN.

When she was inquired as to whether Trump should have been the President of United States, she stated, "No, we didn't merit that." She even said the US presidential race was the "first reality TV Campaign" and Trump is a 'Reality TV Candidate."

"You know, you didn't care for dark individuals getting rights, you don't care for ladies, you know, landing positions, you would prefer not to, you know, see that Indian-American succeeding more than you are, whatever your concern is, I will tackle it," she included amid the hour-long discourse.

While responding to her criticism, Donald Trump's son posted a retaliatory comment on his instagram handle.

She was not joined by previous US President and spouse Bill Clinton however was on the outing with her Indian-beginning political staff member Huma Abedin and different companions. As it was obviously a private trek for Clinton and her companions, she making the most of her opportunity as a visitor as she wore an easygoing Indian clothing and went to the old royal residences of Mandu in Madhya Pradesh's Dhar region.

Not exclusively was Hillary wowed by the sheer greatness of Indian culture and engineering, she was likewise in stunningness of the nearby weavers weaving the renowned Maheshwari sarees in Madhya Pradesh. Moreover, she even figured out how to encounter a pontoon ride at the Narmada waterway amid her short outing to India.

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