Hillary: Women Were More Susceptible to Believing Unproven Rumors About Me

‘They did not know what to believe’


HILLARY: "And of course, taking it to the last month of this campaign, all of a sudden people are being told, 'You know what? Something is going on. They are going to investigate her again or whatever.' We could see that a lot of women in particular turned away. They were discouraged. I do not blame them. They did not know what to believe. It was outrageous what happened. You got to see how women are trying to do what they think of as the right thing for themselves and for their family. They are often under pressure from people around them. There's a lot of anecdotal evidence about that."

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