Despised by her people for the Muslim invasion of her country and Europe, it is fitting that Hillary Clinton, whose contempt for the people rivals that of Angela Merkel, would name her as her favorite world leader.
They are a perfect match. They both defend rapists and attack rape victims, they both sell their countries to Muslim despots, and they both like censorship and using the state to go after critics….
Merkel has ushered in a reign of terror that might very well mean the fall of Europe.
Politico paints it “as a swipe at Trump.” On the contrary, it’s a swipe at the American people and the people of Europe. Brexit and the rise of parties opposed to the invasion is proof of that.
Merkel was pummeled in the two elections this past month. Let’s hope Hillary follows suit.
In swipe at Trump, Clinton names Merkel as her favorite world leader, By Nolan D. McCaskill, Politico, September 30, 2016 (thanks to Armaros)
Democratic candidate praises ‘extraordinary’ German chancellor.
Hillary Clinton trolled two White House opponents with a single response, dinging Gary Johnson and Donald Trump by naming Angela Merkel as her favorite world leader.
The Democratic presidential nominee on Thursday joined the discussion about politicians’ favorite world leaders, a topic that went viral when Johnson, the Libertarian nominee, drew a blank when asked Wednesday to name a world leader he looks up to and respects.
“Oh, let me think. Look, I like a lot of the world leaders,” Clinton said, bursting into laughter initially when asked about her favorite world leader during a gaggle with reporters aboard her campaign plane in Chicago. “One of my favorites is Angela Merkel because I think she’s been an extraordinary, strong leader during difficult times in Europe, which has obvious implications for the rest of the world and, most particularly, our country.”
Clinton praised the German chancellor’s “leadership and steadiness on the Euro crisis,” while adding that “her bravery in the face of the refugee crisis is something that I am impressed by.”
Clinton said she and Merkel have known each other since the 1990s and spent a lot of time together. “And I hope I’ll have the opportunity to work with her in the future, but we could talk about lots of different leaders if you want to sometime,” she quipped as she walked away with a smile.
Her seemingly innocuous response could be interpreted as a two-pronged attack against Johnson and Trump, though.
When first asked the question, Johnson admitted that he was having another “Aleppo moment,” a reference to an embarrassing interview with MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” earlier this month in which he asked, “What is Aleppo?” in response to a question about the city that represents the center of Syria’s civil war and refugee crisis, prompting serious questions about his acumen to be commander in chief.
Trump has frequently attacked Merkel on the campaign trail, panning her for Germany’s intake of refugees, and will likely use that line against Clinton in the final stages of the campaign.
“Hillary Clinton is running to be America’s Angela Merkel, and we’ve seen how much crime and how many problems that’s caused the German people,” Trump said in a speech he delivered last month in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller.