When the release of the audio version of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign memoir “What Happened” was announced this week, almost no one beyond her own dinner table reacted with excitement.
The anti-Hillary Twitter faithful have been particularly active, weighing in on Granny Maojackets’ continued push for relevance.
As always, they’re brutally honest:
Hillary’s voice has never been pleasant to listen to, and there was much discussion about that.
— Kevin Rooney (@krooney61) August 24, 2017
This one is going to leave a mark.
If Hillary had released an audiobook memoir last year she might've lost the popular vote, too. https://t.co/5iXyGJ4rfr
— Mark Ramos (@MRMark5) August 24, 2017
OK, the last one was nice compared to this.
Anyone hear Hillary reading her own audio book today?
Forget Ambien, and throw the birth control pills away.
— Maui Speaks (@Maui_Speaks) August 24, 2017
The book should probably come with a warning about severe side effects.
Listened to a clip of Hillary's audiobook and wanted to pull my ears off after about 10 seconds of it.
— Niedermeyer's Dead Horse (@NDH_j_m_f) August 24, 2017
Hillary probably should have remembered her book “It Takes a Village” and enlisted some help.
— cαssie ❥ (@hotasicexox) August 24, 2017
Harsh, but understandable.
My 85 yr old father asked me to take him off life support after I played part of Hillary's audio book
— Stephen McLean (@sfm_42) August 25, 2017
Some were just concerned about the poor dear’s health.
I wonder how long it took Hillary to read her audio book with all the coughing fits??
— keith roberts (@keifer326) August 24, 2017
The first passage leaked from the audio book featured Her Madameship calling Donald Trump a “creep” and many were quick to point out the obvious.
In conclusion…more garlic.
After listening to Hillary whine in her new audiobook how intimidating @realDonaldTrump was in Debate 2, I only hope Trump had eaten garlic.
— J. Neil Schulman (@jneilschulman) August 24, 2017
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