Guilfoyle on Clinton's Election Complaints: 'Nobody Likes a Sore Loser'
Hillary Clinton was back on the speaking circuit Thursday, addressing students at Rutgers University in New Jersey and pushing back on those who have called on her to leave the national political scene.
The former secretary of state suggested the criticism has a sexist tone, questioning why unsuccessful male presidential candidates were not told to "shut up" after their losses.
Clinton also called out the media for labeling her "shrill" during the 2016 presidential campaign, while failing to take issue with some of President Trump's behavior.
Kimberly Guilfoyle said she finds Clinton's remarks aggravating, because "nobody likes a sore loser."
"Man or woman, it doesn't matter. I'm just talking about a candidate. You ran, you did -- I guess -- what you thought was your best, you came up short," Guilfoyle said on "The Five" on Friday.
She noted that much of the criticism is coming from Democrats, who have expressed concern that Clinton's rhetoric could hurt the party heading into the midterm elections.
In a radio interview, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) joked that the former secretary of state cannot "ride off into the sunset" soon enough.
Heitkamp's comments came earlier this month after Clinton referred to the president's voters as looking "backwards" and said white women were "pressured" by men into voting for Trump.
Heitkamp's sentiments were echoed by Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), another red state Democrat who faces a tough re-election battle in November.
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