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Susan Sarandon Calls Out Hillary Clinton

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Susan Sarandon says Hillary Clinton turned into a “blamer and whiner” after Clinton’s failed campaign for the Democratic nomination. During an interview with The Advocate, Susan was asked if she would play as Hillary if a movie about the politician’s life were to be made.

No. I’ve been around her and don’t find her… At this point, to say after what’s happened to her campaign and how they squandered all that money and all the different reasons her campaign fell apart, to blame it on sexism, I find so destructive to every young girl who dreams about making a difference through government. Instead of saying, “Look how far I’ve gotten and you can do it too,” and all the positive things she could have done, she’s turned into such a blamer and whiner, as if that was the reason… – The Advocate

She went on to comment that she found it “dishonorable” and “destructive to young women all over” for Clinton to have blamed the failed campaign on sexism.

A bright spot in the interview? When asked if Barack Obama could actually win the election, she responded “Why wouldn’t he be able to win?” Right on, Susan. Right on.

Now it’s time to turn it over to you. What do you think? Do you think her comments on Hillary Clinton are off base? Right on target? Sound off!

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