In Commencement Speech, Hillary Clinton Jabs Trump Administration

Hillary Clinton during a Wellesley College derivation Friday.

Hillary Clinton during a Wellesley College derivation Friday.

On Friday, Hillary Clinton addressed a graduating category of her alma mater, Wellesley College.

She used a eventuality to wade into stream politics and approach a few jokes during President Trump.

“When people in energy invent their possess contribution and conflict those who doubt them, it can symbol a derivation of a finish of a giveaway society,” she said. “That is not hyperbole, it is what peremptory regimes via story have done. … They try to control reality.”

She called Trump’s new bill offer “an conflict of unthinkable cruelty on a many exposed among us — a youngest, a oldest, a poorest, and tough operative people who need a small assistance to benefit or hang on to a decent, middle-class life.”

Hillary Clinton spoke during Wellesley College’s derivation on Friday.


“Let’s call it what it is, it’s a con. They don’t even try to censor it,” she said, referring to a Trump administration.

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She joked about her 1969 Wellesley category being mad after a choosing of Richard Nixon, observant a category was hurt over “a male whose presidency would eventually finish in flaw with his impeachment for deterrent of justice.”

She continued, “after banishment a chairman using a review into him during a Department of Justice,” an reference to President Trump’s banishment of FBI Director James Comey.

“We got by that scattered time, and once again we began to thrive,” she continued.

Clinton also spoke about feign news and theories perpetuated on amicable media, joking that “some are even denying things we see with a possess eyes. Like a distance of crowds.”

Clinton also spoke about her Nov loss. “You might have listened that things didn’t go accurately as we planned. But we know what, I’m doing O.K.,” she said. She talked about spending time with her family after a election, walking in a woods, organizing her closets and added, “I won’t lie, chardonnay helped a small too.”

But what helped her most, she said, was “remembering who we am, where we come from and what we believe.”

“Don’t be fearful of your ambition, of your dreams, or even your anger,” she continued. “Those are absolute forces, though strap them to make a disproportion in a world.”

The Wellesley theatre is a informed one for her — Clinton delivered a derivation residence as a a tyro and again 25 years ago.

Clinton has done a few open appearances given final November’s abrasive loss, mostly addressing groups that disciple for women and children. She’s also been seen hiking, selling during bookstores and doing other unchanging people things in her “peaceful swap universe,” as a Huffington Post described it.

The immature romantic was a initial tyro to residence a graduating category and she used that debate to gaunt into politics of a day. She challenged Sen. Edward Brooke, who spoke during a same event. He distinguished incremental swell and argued opposite protest, as NPR’s Tamara Keith reported. When it was Clinton’s turn, she ad-libbed a response to Brooke, dogmatic that consolation was not adequate in politics.

“Part of a problem with only consolation with avowed goals is that consolation doesn’t do us anything,” she said. “We’ve had lots of empathy; we’ve had lots of sympathy, though we feel that for too prolonged a leaders have noticed politics as a art of a possible.”

“The plea now is to use politics as a art of creation what appears to be unfit possible,” she continued.

Earlier this week, Clinton done identical comments blustering Trump’s bill observant that it, along with efforts to dissolution a Affordable Care Act, “shows an unthinkable turn of cruelty and miss of imagination and contempt for a struggles of millions of Americans.”