The New York Times has been widely criticized as a "master troll" on Monday for its recent attacks on Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and President Trump.
In an analysis by Times reporter Lisa Lerer, she asked if Clinton "harassed us" and listed her "corrupt human tornadoes" against Trump. Their unfounded conjecture that the Russians would "cherish" Gabbard, D-Hawaii, as a Russian asset in 2020 and in a fake letter about Trump's recent casually written letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, which neither she nor Lerer used to draft "Jimmy Kimmel Live".
"Welcome to Hillary Unplugged," wrote Lerer. "Throughout most of her public career, Ms. Clinton has been constrained by expectations of her position, be it First Lady, Senator, or Secretary of State, and now, after her breathtaking loss in 201
It went on to say, "And she certainly does cause a lot of drama while she does it." The two-fold Democratic presidential candidate continues to play a major role in her party's psyche – both as a heroine and as a villain. "[19459017MuchoftheplaywasdedicatedtoDemocratswhoweresupposedtoputClintonbackinthelimelightandspeculatethatshewouldstartathirdrunforthepresidency
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The Times piece, however, was ridiculed in social media.
"NYT: Hillary lives her best by smearing Gabbard and tweeting Boomer memes at Drumpf." Hill Chief Wa Shington correspondent Saagar Enjeti tweeted.
"She is not filing for treason charges against Tulsi Gabbard and is receiving a puff from The New York Times." reacted .
Clinton made headlines in recent weeks when she applied for her new book, which she wrote with her daughter Chelsea. However, she was beaten by both the right and left because she claimed that Gabbard had been influenced by the Russians without any evidence.
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"I do not make predictions, but I think they keep an eye on someone who is in Democratic primary school right now and is hosting them as a candidate for third parties "Clinton said in an obvious reference to Gabbard. "She's the favorite of the Russians, so far there are a number of sites and bots and other ways to support them."
She blamed former Greens presidential candidate Jill Stein, who voiced against Trump in 2016, as well as being an asset to Russia: "This implies that Jill Stein will give up what she may not, because she is also an asset Russia is, I mean – totally. " Stein also denied Clinton's claims.