The Mehrangarh Fort authorities said her programme to visit there was cancelled due to the injuries and she might visit there on Wednesday morning.
It's hard not to read Clinton's comments as an argument that her votes were more valuable - or at least more productive - than were Trump's. "I think at this point if you can't stop making this about virtue-signaling and race, a lot of it was about poverty, a lot of it was about the economy, a lot of it was this anti-Washington sentiment, anti-establishment sentiment that we should've seen growing within the Tea Party". Whether you see it that way or not, she does seem to suggest Trump subsisted on voters who were simply, well, less sophisticated or advanced.
The figure in February rose slightly to 6.9 percent, but it has been on a steadily descending path since the Spring of 2011 under former President Barack Obama. You don't like women getting jobs.
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"Is that the commentary of someone who feels good about themselves, their lives, and their future?"
"She also complained about "married white women" who supported Mr.Trump because they were too weak to stand up to "a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should", said the editorial board of "The Wall Street Journal".
The incident took place at the Jahaj Maha Place in Mandu, where Clinton lost her balance on more than one occasion despite her aides acting as fulcrums from the sides. "As someone who likes to uphold women's rights?" She won places that optimistic, which is, you know, better than all those places that have been struggling for decades. "It's bad, you can't vote for that, '" she complained.
Following her toe fracture at a London hotel last fall, the 70-year-old appeared on Britain's "Graham Norton Show" - her foot encased in a surgical boot - and explained the details behind her injury: "I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand".