Owens on Hillary's Latest Jabs at Trump: 'She's Not an Example of a Strong Woman'
Turning Point USA Communications Director Candace Owens on Monday implored Hillary Clinton to get over her loss in the 2016 presidential election.
The former secretary of state delivered a speech at Yale College's commencement on Saturday, during which she also wore a traditional Russian fur hat.
Clinton stated during her speech that she still thinks about the election and that she is "not over it."
"Seriously, woman to woman, Hillary Clinton: You have got to move on," Owens said on "Fox & Friends."
"It's not even about politics anymore. It's not healthy to hold on to something like this whatsoever."
Owens added that Clinton is not an example of a "strong woman" and wasn't equipped to become the first female president.
Clinton has had no shortage of excuses for why she lost the 2016 election, including former FBI Director James Comey, the media and sexism.
Owens also criticized Sen. Elizabeth Warren's speech at Lesley University, during which she made multiple pop culture references.
"It just makes me want to cringe all the time," she said. "This is, quite frankly, always what the Democrats do. They pander in every single regard. ... It's an absolute joke."
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