Hillary Clinton in New Zealand

I don’t really care about Hillary Clinton being in New Zealand to promote her book and to be paid by many to hear her say how unfair it was that not enough Americans voted for her in the 2016 US election.

But some here may want to talk about it and promote interest in her visit.

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  1. duperez

     /  May 7, 2018

    This tickled my fancy. A bit like wanting your kid to do something so you tell them to not do it knowing they will do it when you’re not present. So do I comment or instead go on Kiwiblog and comment about RNZ so they can pile in boots and all about Red Radio, how it’s biased and disgusting and should be closed down and what they heard on it this morning? 😊

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    • Gezza

       /  May 7, 2018

      I reckon don’t comment here & ask Pete to delete that one. And go on to Kiwiblog & let give us a selection of the best frothing rants about Red Radio. 👍🏼

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      • Gezza

         /  May 7, 2018

        😠
        * that ‘let’ isn’t in there, ok? You’re only imagining it is.

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  2. sorethumb

     /  May 7, 2018

    Mrs Clinton will talk in front of 3000 people this evening at Auckland’s Spark Arena, sharing insights into the 2016 US election, its aftermath, and her experience as a woman in politics.
    https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/356761/power-selfie-ardern-meets-clinton
    How did they scrape up that many??

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  3. Zedd

     /  May 7, 2018

    I have nothing against Ms Clinton, but IF she is going to rant on about losing to Mr T.. she may find many others are also not too interested, in hearing her ?!

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  4. TC PossiblePossum

     /  May 7, 2018

    Dear Old Hildabeast, turning up on our so far away shores to spin your yarn about the same old, same old. What’s wrong with staying back home in your America and having the same conversation, with your therapist!!

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    • Please use the proper names of politicians (or anyone) here, and not derogatory terms.

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      • Kitty Catkin

         /  May 7, 2018

        What’s wrong with showing a bit of common courtesy to a woman who had more votes than Donald Trump and is a visitor to NZ ?

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        • MaureenW

           /  May 7, 2018

          Poor ole Hillary, cheated and lost and has spent 18 months further lying about why. Of course she did a great job on Gaddafi and Libya, now a slave base for human trafficking – word is she’s profiting off that too, I mean what’s not to like?

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          • Kitty Catkin

             /  May 7, 2018

            You do talk spiteful nonsense sometimes.

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            • MaureenW

               /  May 7, 2018

              Nope, just a truth that doesn’t fit your narrow view of things.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  May 8, 2018

              I would call spite and malice a very narrow view. Anyone who calls someone else a liar with no evidence except their own nasty viewpoint – here’s someone who has succeeded, let’s pull them down – is very narrowminded indeed. How you can blame someone for things that have happened in a country years after an action of theirs is a mystery. It’s plain meanspiritedness.

            • MaureenW

               /  May 8, 2018

              You are the name-caller on this site Kitty.
              There’s plenty of evidence against Clinton, clearly you don’t follow it or can’t grasp it; yet you persist in making vacuous comments in her support.

              https://www.investors.com/politics/commentary/its-time-to-prosecute-the-clinton-political-crime-syndicate/

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  May 8, 2018

              Oh, drop it. Name-calling is for children, and I would say that there is plenty of it in your first comment. I am simply not so obsessed with the Clintons that I want to read every word about them. But if you are, go for it.

            • MaureenW

               /  May 8, 2018

              No, there’s no name-calling in my first, or subsequent comments. Not only are you “not so obsessed”, you’re not informed either. Try commenting on topics you know something about.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  May 9, 2018

              Don’t be so silly and childish. I probably know more than you about many things. I suspect that I have read more informed writings about the Clintons and not just malicious urban myths.

            • MaureenW

               /  May 9, 2018

              How bizarre, you agreed above regarding your lack of knowledge on the Clintons. Childish and silly is you, still banging on about something you know nothing about and calling people names on a blog.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  May 9, 2018

              As you are doing now. I said that I didn’t obsessively read every word, not that I had no knowledge at all. Now grow up and remember that this is a forum for adults, not fourth-formers.

          • MaureenW

             /  May 9, 2018

            Do yourself a favour and stop. Stop the name calling and trying to intimidate people on a blog with you grammar, manners and spelling lessons. It’s the wrong forum and no one cares for the outdated granny-lectures. Tip: if you know someone who does, troll them and not me.

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  5. For those who are interested, Seven Sharp will have an exclusive interview with Clinton so she can say things she has never said before in her hundreds of other post-election and book promotion interviews.

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