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Hillary Clinton claimed Wednesday that the Republican Party is “imploding.”

In an interview with ABC News on Wednesday, Clinton noted that Sens. Jeff Flake of Arizona and Bob Corker of Tennessee have spoken out against President Donald Trump and the current state of their party.

"There are a lot of other people in the Republican Party who feel exactly the same way," Clinton said.

“It is becoming a far-right, captive party to ideological religious and commercial interests,” she added.

On "Outnumbered," Lisa Boothe said that Republicans' victories in 2017 special elections and the Republican National Committee's success at fundrasiing tell a completely different story.

She pointed out that the RNC raised more than $100 million in the first nine months of this year, in large part from small donations at the grassroots level. The DNC, on the other hand, has raised less than half that amount.

"Democrats are getting crushed in fundraising right now, and it's really going to hurt facing some really tough reelection battles that their Democrat senators have in 2018," Boothe said, adding that Democrats are 0-4 in special elections this year.

She said it's strange to see this criticism coming from Clinton, who "embarrassed herself" in the 2016 presidential election.

"And she continues to embarrass herself to this day," Boothe said.

She added it's "hilarious" that Clinton accused Republicans of being bought and paid for by donors and lobbyists.

"Look at the Clinton Foundation," Boothe said. "Not only that, look at someone who has criticized Wall Street, meanwhile lining her campaign coffers with their money. So spare me, Hillary Clinton."

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