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On "America's Newsroom" on Monday, Katie Pavlich slammed Hillary Clinton's cameo at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night.

Clinton appeared in a pre-recorded segment with host James Corden. In it, Clinton auditions to narrate the audio version of Michael Wolff’s controversial book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.”

Pavlich pointed out that much of the awards show was dominated by the #TimesUp movement, which is about promoting women's equality and fighting against sexual abuse and harassment.

"And yet here we are with Hillary Clinton, who has made a career out of enabling powerful and abusive men, both in her personal life and at the State Department," Pavlich said. "It proves that they're hypocrites, that they're self-righteous and that they're completely superficial when it comes to actually taking this #TimesUp movement very seriously."

She noted Clinton is the only failed presidential candidate who has become more unpopular after the election process.

"The longer Democrats keep her around, the better it is for Republicans," Pavlich said.

She added that the American people aren't just sick of Clinton, but also Hollywood elites lecturing the rest of the country about female empowerment.

"They have no interest in holding up the #TimesUp movement in a cogent way," Pavlich said.

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