The Clinton Foundation hosted an event Saturday evening in Little Rock, Arkansas to honor the 25th anniversary of the election of Bill Clinton as president, but Hillary Clinton also took advantage of the opportunity to direct a slam at President Donald Trump, as well as attack Fox News.
Saturday evening, former president Bill Clinton tweeted out an announcement about the upcoming event, along with a link to the live-streaming video.
“Tonight, @HillaryClinton and I will join our friend @JamesCarville for a look back at the ’92 campaign—25 years later!—and talk about the ideals that inspired us all to enter public service. Hope you’ll tune in.”
Hillary pounded Fox News, who is typically known for being a more conservative news source.
“Unfortunately our body politics’ immune system has been impaired because there has been a concerted effort starting with the creation of the Fox network,” Hillary said.
“It wasn’t there when Bill first ran,” she went on. “It was one of the reasons he probably survived. It was there when he ran the second time, it and all of its associated media outlets who are by no means delivering news. They are delivering partisan advocacy positions irrespective of the truth, the facts, the evidence.”
She also went after President Trump.
“Apparently, you know, my former opponent is obsessed with my speaking out. Apparently there was another, somebody told me, tweet today!” she ranted, then continued, “Honestly, between tweeting and golfing, how does he get anything done? I don’t understand it. Maybe that’s the whole point?”
She added later that Bill didn’t tweet – he just got things done. “He didn’t tweet about it, he got to work about it and he actually got it done,” she said, seeming to forget that Twitter didn’t even exist when Bill was president.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) November 19, 2017
Tonight, @HillaryClinton and I will join our friend @JamesCarville for a look back at the ’92 campaign—25 years later!—and talk about the ideals that inspired us all to enter public service. Hope you’ll tune in: https://t.co/d9Fo46YveV
— Bill Clinton (@BillClinton) November 18, 2017