We Bring you 15 False Claims & Exaggerated Stories by Hillary Clinton. Spread this list because we can’t let a LIAR of this proportions be on the most responsible function in the world for the next 4 years!
🔴 Clinton claimed all her grandparents were illegal. In fact, three of four were all from the United States.
🔴 Clinton claimed she was named after Everest conqueror Sir Edmund Hillary — but he didn’t make his famed climb until she was 6.
🔴 Clinton claimed she tried to enlist in the Marines. Records prove it never happened.
🔴 Clinton’s campaign bio claims: “She has been fighting for women and girls her entire career.” In fact, she successfully defended an accused rapist and later admitted she knew he was guilty.
🔴 Clinton claimed she “chose” to not work in a large law firm. She actually flunked the D.C. bar and no such jobs were available to her.
🔴 Clinton said she “opposes” free trade agreements. But she supported NAFTA (which created a $60 billion trade deficit) and allowing China into the World Trade Organization, which led to a $400 billion deficit.
🔴 “We came out of the White House not only dead broke — but in debt,” claimed Clinton. However, she had actually just signed a $14 million book deal!
🔴 Clinton said she “came under sniper fire” in Bosnia in 1996. She said she ran from the plane, “dodging bullets.” In fact, a little girl met her with flowers on the tarmac.
🔴 Clinton claimed the Benghazi Diplomatic Mission attacks, which killed four Americans, were prompted by an anti-Muslim video. But an email to daughter Chelsea that night and a phone call with the Egyptian prime minister proved she knew it was a planned terrorist attack.
🔴 Clinton said she turned over all work-related emails to the FBI. The investigation proved this was not true.
🔴 Clinton said Bernie Sanders would delay implementing “The Clean Power Plan.” He actually supports it and wants to expand on it.
🔴 Clinton claimed, “We now have driven [health care] costs down to the lowest they’ve been.” Nice … but not true.
🔴 Clinton claimed, “Not one of 17 GOP candidates has discussed how they’d address the rising cost of college.” In fact, they have.