Hillary Clinton was not likeable as a first lady.
Not as secretary of state.
Not as a twice-failed presidential candidate.
From Daily Wire:
No, she didn’t rudely dismiss questions about the death of Americans while she was Secretary of State (“What difference at this point does it make?!”) or charge that probes into her illegal activities were all part of a right-wing conspiracy (she’s played that card before with no luck).
Hillary’s new low is her image. Her badly tarnished, barely visible, ever diminishing image.
“Hillary Clinton’s image has declined since June and is now the worst Gallup has measured for her to date,” Gallup reports. “Her favorable rating has fallen five percentage points since June to a new low of 36%, while her unfavorable rating has hit a new high of 61%.”
More from Washington Examiner:
The current favorable rating for the former secretary of state is a new low, and the worst it’s been since 1992 when Gallup first began tracking the public’s image of Clinton just before she became first lady.
Clinton’s previous low came at the end of August/early September during last year’s presidential campaign, when just 38 percent of adults polled had a positive image of her.
Her favorable rating also hit 38 percent in April 1992, according to Gallup.
That’s gotta sting!
Clinton ran one of the worst campaigns ever seen, losing to a billionaire celebrity who came off as more relatable to the middle class.
Good job, Hill! LOL!