NOT A FAKE PHOTO: Hillary looks haggard in first appearance after election


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In her first post-election appearance, Hillary Clinton looked like she was hit by the Trump Train.

Hillary Clinton made her first appearance after getting beat by Donald Trump in the election, and the internet is wondering: what happened to her?

Clinton spoke at the Children’s Defense Fund Gala in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday night, her first public appearance since she was shellacked by Donald Trump in last week’s presidential election. And she does not appear to be taking it well.

Now, we do not want to mock the appearance of a 70-year-old woman, even Hillary Clinton. But her appearance is in such stark contrast to just over a week ago, when she was trying to appear fresh and energetic out on the campaign trail. She has been fighting off rumors that she is hiding various medical conditions for months, and now, those who questioned her health are feeling vindicated.

Even Inside Edition openly questioned Hillary’s health and her appearance in their coverage of the CDF Gala. The title of their story was “Hillary Clinton Looks Tired at First Post-Election Appearance.” They report:

Hillary Clinton has made her first public appearance since her concession speech Wednesday night, looking noticeably drained and exhausted.

She addressed the audience at the annual Children’s Defense Fund “Beat the Odds” gala in Washington, saying: “Coming here wasn’t the easiest thing for me.”

The former New York senator added that losing the presidential election to Donald Trump has been a hard pill to swallow.

Clinton said: “There have been a few times this past week where all I wanted to do was curl up with a good book and our dogs and never leave the house again.”

This is what happens when a liberal Washington insider runs head on into the will of the people.

Here is video of some of her comments, if you think you can make it through it.


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