Try Not to Laugh Watching ‘Grandma’ Hillary Clinton Stumble Down Stairs (VIDEO)


We shouldn’t laugh at another’s misfortunes, but for Hillary Clinton, we’ll make an exception.

While traveling in India, the former Secretary of State gave a speech trashing Americans who voted for President Donald Trump as racist and lazy.


While touring a local landmark in India, however, Clinton got a dose of humility when she attempted to navigate a set of stairs. Video of the incident (included below) was posted online by The American Mirror.

The stairs treated Clinton like she was in a red state, causing her to stumble a number of times before she ditched her shoes to finish descending. Two of her handlers assisted her on the way down.

The Daily Caller reports.

Clinton is in the country to participate in the India Today Conclave, where she claimed President Donald Trump only won the election because he got the support of people she famously called “deplorables.”

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Clinton was attempting to walk down a flight of stairs without a railing when she nearly went down, twice.

Relying heavily on a member of her entourage for support, Clinton slipped and nearly fell. A second aide then came to help, taking her by her other arm. She then slipped again and was saved by both men. She eventually made it to the bottom of the stairs.

Here is the video of Hillary Clinton rumblin’ bumblin’ and stumblin’ to the bottom of the stairs.

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