2016 Presidential loser Hillary Clinton made it clear during a Q&A session at Sundance that she feels she did far more for Barack Obama after he defeated her in the 2008 DNC primary than Bernie Sanders did for her in the 2016 DNC primary.
Clinton has also made it well known recently she’s not a Sanders fan.
“He was in Congress for years. He had one senator support him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he got nothing done. He was a career politician.” Hillary told the Hollywood reporter.
Per Yahoo “People can support whoever they want to support,” Clinton said immediately when asked about her 2016 primary opponent.
“But once we have a nominee, close ranks and support that nominee.” The Sundance crowd went wild for this, and Clinton looked back at her own history with a primary loss as an example.
“My race with Barack Obama was much closer than my race with Bernie Sanders. I actually got more votes than Barack did, but he got more delegates — okay. So as soon as that was clear, within days, I dropped out, endorsed him, I did a hundred events for him, nobody ever doubted my support for him,” she said. “I think that’s what we should expect from anyone who doesn’t get the nomination.”
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