Hillary Clinton Considered ‘Permanently Relocating’ to New Zealand After Defeat
3 May, 2018
Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told an audience in New Zealand Monday that she gave “some thought” to permanently leaving the United States and settling in that country after Donald Trump scored his upset victory over her in 2016.
“I want to thank some of you for sending good wishes a very long way during my campaign and the months that followed. I received a number of invitations from Kiwis to permanently relocate here,” Clinton tells the Auckland, New Zealand audience in a video posted by an organ of the Republican National Committee.
“I must say, I really did appreciate the offers, and gave them some thought,” Clinton follows up over the audience’s laughter.
The remarks came as part of a speaking engagement with Growth Faculty, an Australian business group that bills itself as “a leading education provider that gives you access to the world’s greatest business minds.” Previous high-profile speakers include President Barack Obama’s adviser Valerie Jarrett and left-wing Hollywood superstar George Clooney.
A sychophantic interview on NZ TV