In Other News: Hillary Clinton Talked About Income Inequality . . . While Wearing a $12,000 Armani Jacket

| June 8, 2016

After the New York primary back in April, HILLARY CLINTON gave a victory speech where she talked about income inequality.  But the “New York Post” just pointed out that she did it wearing a $12,495 Armani jacket.

Well, at the moment it’s on sale for $7,497.  It’s made in Italy out of woven multicolor Napa lambskin . . . if that matters to you.

Either way, critics jumped all over her.  And her supporters came to her defense.  It’s going to be a long five months, people.

(Check out posts from both sides here.)




She has no shame: Hillary Clinton wore a $12,495 Armani jacket during a speech about inequality.



At the time, she was talking about things like creating jobs, raising wages and improving access to education, so that everyone has a chance to climb the ladder.

She didn’t say in her speech that people can’t or SHOULDN’T be rich.  As far as we know, she’s never taken that position.  At least not since she’s BEEN rich.

(And here’s Twitter reacting to Hillary Clinton’s win, including Ellen, Katy Perry, and Bill Clinton.)

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