Hillary Clinton Feels Really Bad About Kim Kardashian After Robbery

Posted: Oct 6 2016, 11:26am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 8 2016, 4:39pm CDT, in News | Latest Celebrity News

Hillary Clinton Feels Really Bad About Kim Kardashian After Robbery
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  • Hillary Clinton Speaks Out About her Sentiments Over Kim Kardashian Robbery

Hillary Clinton shows her concern for Kim Kardashian following her robbery in Paris which left the reality TV star shaken.

Hillary Clinton is as supportive of the people supporting her. We know that the celebrity endorsements mean a lot to the public.

Many people will be voting just because their favorite star is and they will be voting for the candidate their favorite celebrity is endorsing. Especially someone like Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Kim declared her endorsement publicly for Hillary Clinton.

So it was natural that the topic of the jewellery theft and assault on the star in Paris came up while presidential candidate sat down with Extra’s AJ Calloway this Wednesday.

Talking about Kim, she first commended Kanye for being at his wife’s side in her time of need. She said that he left his own concert when he heard about Kim and he left the show to care for her. She blessed him and also said that she felt bad about the robbery stint. She was relieved that no one was hurt though.

Other than that, she also talked about the SNL presidential debate segment they did where Kate McKinnon reprised her imitation role of Hillary Clinton. Hillary watched the whole segment, she admitted and said that she absolutely loved McKinnon’s impression of her.

She said that she wished she could engage in all kinds of exercises that Kate did in the segment. She said that she would try and do cartwheels in the next debate. She also commended Alec Baldwin’s impression of her rival Donald Trump.

She also talked about with her recent town hall in Haverford, Pennsylvania, with friend Elizabeth Banks by her side. She expressed that she was thrilled to have done it and more thankful to Elizabeth Banks for her support and role.

She said that they had discussed a lot of issues, especially with young people about topics such as debt-free college plans and how to combat gun violence and school bullying.

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