And in comments seized on by the Republican National Committee, Clinton said she had won sections of the country with more economic output and attributed some of Trump's insurgent victory to a series of social and economic anxieties and discriminatory attitudes among his supporters.
Apparently, it's the gift that keeps on giving.
After a brief pause that was punctuated with laughter and clapping at the event, Clinton said, "I would have to say "no", we did not deserve that".
It's hard not to read Clinton's comments as an argument that her votes were more valuable - or at least more productive - than were Trump's.
"If people were looking for a reality TV campaign, maybe I should have given them more entertainment", she said.
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"He does have a pre-existing attitude of favorability toward these dictators, but I think it's more than that with Putin and Russian Federation", she added.
Somewhere in the last day or two I happened across an article online somewhere speculating that Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee again in 2020, because she's the ultimate victim (of Russian hacking, Trump's mendacity, whatever), and since the Democrats prize victimhood as the highest credential these days, she's the obvious standard bearer. "You know, you didn't like black people getting rights; you don't like women, you know, getting jobs; you don't want to, you know, see that Indian American succeeding more than you are - you know, whatever your problem is, I'm gonna solve it". She accused Trump of "stalking me" on the stage. She said she has no plans to do so.
Clinton suggested that the portion of the United States she won represents portions of the country that are thriving economically.
But even the way she describes their alleged racism and sexism is pretty remarkable.