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Hillary says she hopes Kamala gets “less sexist” and “less sensationalist” media coverage

by Paul Goldberg

During an online forum hosted by news organization The 19th, 2016 Presidential contender Hillary Clinton said she hopes newly announced Biden running mate Kamala Harris gets “less sexist” media coverage during the campaign.

“I still hope, especially with Kamala on the ticket, that the coverage of women running for president or vice president will be less sexist” Hillary explained “less sensationalist and less trivializing.”

Despite having more significantly more funding and a perceived advantage in polling, Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential race in a historic upset.

Clinton also warned that if victorious, Biden and harris “are inheriting a mess of historic proportions.”

She also implied Trump may not leave graciously if he loses.

“I have every reason to believe Trump is not going to go quietly into the night if he loses,” Clinton speculated.

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