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They have a reason. It’s just not a very good one.

What came first? The hatred that the media has for Clinton or her hostile reaction to it? Hmmm, you’d have to go back a long time to figure out the answer to that question.

It started with the attack on her hairband back in 1992. Then it was her “teas and bake cookies” comment. Then Bill’s philandering ways. Her clothes. The White House decorator. Her career. Her friends. You name it, they poked at it. This has been going on for a very long time.

They NEVER liked her. I think it’s because she was too smart for them “and in her air altogether there is a self sufficiency without fashion”. It drove them nuts that she thought herself an equal to her husband. It didn’t fit their preferred narrative and they had to cover her differently. She wasn’t sucking up to them in order to be liked. She was too involved in her work.

She made them seem unimportant to her existence.

So, they forced the issue. It’s been downhill ever since.
The media started it. They just don’t like her type.
She seems too presidential.