Zero Hedge: “Defeated Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton is not about to «go quietly into that good night». On the morning after her surprising and unanticipated defeat at the hands of Republican Party upstart Donald Trump, Mrs. Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, entered the ball room of the art-deco New Yorker hotel in midtown Manhattan and were both adorned in purple attire. The press immediately noticed the color and asked what it represented.
Clinton spokespeople claimed it was to represent the coming together of Democratic «Blue America» and Republican «Red America» into a united purple blend.
This statement was a complete ruse as is known by citizens of countries targeted in the past by the vile political operations of international hedge fund tycoon George Soros.
Opinion: Yesterday, when asked about a special prosecutor for Hillary and the Clinton Foundation, President-Elect Trump told the Wall Street Journal ‘It’s not something I’ve given a lot of thought, because I want to solve health care, jobs, border control, tax reform.’
If Trump moves away from the pledge it would be a significant shift from his election platform – the part which appeared to most energize supporters at his rallies.
On Sunday night, 60 minutes will air an interview with President-elect Trump that will show a bit of a softer Donald:
“So, Hillary called, and it was a lovely call, and it was a tough call for her, I mean, I can imagine. Tougher for her than it would have been for me. I mean, for me, it would have been very, very difficult.
‘She couldn’t have been nicer. She just said, ‘Congratulations, Donald, well done.’ And I said, ‘I want to thank you very much; you were a great competitor.’ She is very strong and very smart.’
Bill Clinton, Trump ‘couldn’t have been more gracious. He said it was an amazing run. One of the most amazing he’s ever seen. He was very, very, really, very nice.’
Strong and smart is a long way from “nasty woman” said in the 3rd debate. It also is a quick reminder of how the future president basks in complements and becomes vicious with perceived insults
Right now it is difficult to sort out the conflicting headlines on President-elect Trump. Will he replace Obamacare or keep some of it? Will he appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton or was a deal made to let her off?
Finally, my post-election comment that the Clinton’s are in oblivion may have been a bit premature, Dem’s are said to be preparing Chelsea for the House of Representatives.