Chelsea Clinton Makes Interesting Claim About Her Mother

Chelsea Clinton was quick to defend her month recently when someone tweeted out an accusation stating that Hillary Clinton would sell her own daughter to become President of the United States.

As written for by Samantha Chang:

Just ask Chelsea Clinton, who defended her mom Hillary Clinton after Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe called the two-time failed presidential candidate a “soulless person” who would “sell her daughter to be president.”

In response, Chelsea tweeted a meek defense: “No, she wouldn’t. I’ve never doubted and always known I was the most important part of her life. Now as a mom I’m even more grateful to my mom.”

Interestingly, Chelsea did not deny Boothe’s assertion that her mom is soulless, but did deny her mom would have sold her.

Boothe made the remarks while guest-hosting The Five on Friday. She slammed the hypocrisy of pro-Hillary liberals who are obsessing over Donald Trump Jr.’s 2016 meeting with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya while blithely ignoring that Veselnitskaya was granted special access into the United States by Loretta Lynch‘s Justice Department.

“We’ve also seen so much self-righteous indignation to people that have no business being self-righteous,” Boothe said, as she took aim at Hillary’s former campaign manager. “I absolutely love the fact that Robby Mook is talking about this.”

Boothe continued: “He literally worked for the most soulless person on this planet who would literally sell her daughter to be president, if she could sell her only child to be president. That’s how much she wants it.”

Chelsea Clinton claims mom would not ‘literally sell her own daughter,’ no comment on Hillary having a soul

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