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Not so long ago, Hillary Clinton was considered to be the rising star of American politics and the Democratic Party and was touted as the first woman who would become the president of the United States.
Then, however, came 2016, when Clinton, whom many people considered certain to become the next president, was dealt a crushing election defeat at the hands of Donald Trump.
Since then, the political fortunes of this once-promising politician have considerably tanked, and Hillary Clinton has become something of a laughingstock, with even liberals becoming tired of her.
This week, we saw another example of just how much Clinton’s popularity has dropped.
On Friday, the New York Post reported that the Hillary Clinton Facebook fan group Pantsuit Nation (named for Hillary Clinton’s signature fashion look) announced that it would be disbanding in the next few days.
Pantsuit Nation, which was created by Libby Chamberlain, made headlines in the build-up to the 2016 election as an underground feminist group that encouraged and mobilized Clinton supporters to get out and vote in the election.
After Chamberlain stepped back from the group in 2019, Pantsuit Nation was acquired by Supermajority, a feminist political group.
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