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Almost 7 Months After Election Day, Hollywood Figures Out Clinton Was Inauthentic

A “Scandal” actor said Trump’s authenticity is appealing, “as horrifying as I find it,” he added…

By NTK Staff | 04.26.2017 @2:34pm
Almost 7 Months After Election Day, Hollywood Figures Out Clinton Was Inauthentic

Nearly seven months after Election Day, Hollywood liberals are coming to terms with President Trump’s win, and perhaps more specifically, Hillary Clinton’s loss.

In a Politico podcast interview, actor and director Tony Goldwyn, who served as “a vocal surrogate” for Clinton’s campaign, said he believes Clinton lacked authenticity. And that, he says, may have cost her the election.

“I believe that Hillary would have been an extraordinary president,” Goldwyn said. But he added that the former secretary of state, senator and first lady “wasn’t a natural candidate.”

In the latest podcast episode of “Women Rule,” the TV star, a vocal surrogate for Clinton’s 2016 campaign, gave credit to President Donald Trump for his unvarnished style and said future Democratic candidates could learn from the Manhattan businessman’s political “gifts.”

“He’s just himself in all situations and unapologetically so,” Goldwyn said, “and as horrifying as I find it, obviously, it appeals to a tremendous amount of people.”

In a separate interview, actress Jaime King continued to blame “sexism” for Clinton’s loss.

“We’re starting to see how very clearly sexist this country is, still,” she said.

King’s line of thinking is more closely aligned to what many other coastal elites have said, post-election. Clinton herself has been criticized for blaming circumstances (most notably FBI Director James Comey) instead of taking responsibility for her loss.

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