In an interview Thursday with Ellen DeGeneres, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton declared bitterly that she was criticized for a lack of emotion, but President Trump is “one of the most emotionally acting out people ever in the history of our country.”
“It really strikes me as quite odd because most of the criticism [I received]… is because I didn’t show my emotions enough,” Hillary complained. “I was not emotional enough. I should have been, I don’t know, emoting more. I thought it is such a highly responsible awesome job being president that I needed to demonstrate that, ‘Hey, you know, I can handle this. I can do it. I’m not going to get knocked around.’
“And now, you know, we have one of the most emotionally acting out people ever in the history of our country in the White House. And I don’t hear anybody saying he is just too emotional. So we still have a ways to go until women are going to be judged by the same standards instead of the old double standard.”
Since 2016, Hillary has maintained that American misogyny is to blame for her election loss to Trump .