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27 May 2017

Hillary in cap and gown

Hillary Clinton at least spared Wellesley graduates the view of an orange pantsuit.

WELLESLEY, Massachusetts -- Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton returned full-circle to her alma mater, Wellesley College, asserting to graduates that America had returned full-circle to the Watergate era.

Mrs. Clinton asserted that President Donald Trump has a nasty five-o'clock shadow and a top aide nicknamed H.R., and that there is evidence that Mr. Trump captures all conversations in the White House on magnetic tape, on which there are likely to be gaps as long as eighteen minutes.

She told graduates that impeachment is a foregone conclusion — even though, in this case, the President's own party holds both the House of Representatives, which would have to press charges, and the Senate, which would try them.

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Mrs. Clinton's view of the President.

In the 21st century, of course, one does not send a cadre of "plumbers" to break into the offices of an adversary's psychiatrist. Rather, one hacks the opposition's computers — the same thing the Rooskies, colluding with Mr. Trump, did to Mrs. Clinton that cost her the 2016 election by inducing her to take the Rust Belt for granted, promise to put miners and oil riggers out of work, and call half the voters deplorable homophobes. Hacked by hackers like the Awan brothers, who just absconded from their jobs at the Democratic National Committee back to Pakistan, as Rep. Nancy Pelosi warned the Capitol Police that there would be budgetary "consequences" for not returning the physical evidence to her.

Mrs. Clinton served on the original Watergate Committee in Congress, last century, until she lost her job in a very partisan purge of mendacity. Mr. Trump is on a tour of holy cities of world monotheistic religions, but the White House Press Office countered that he ceased using magnetic tape several years ago, and has even begun shaking people's hands, though he doesn't seem to do it correctly.

To take Wellesley College truly full-circle back to '69, Mrs. Clinton submitted a prepared speech for pre-clearance by the College's Regents — reportedly about the benefits to a person with chronic "allergies" of taking "long walks in the woods" — then actually gave a different speech that was partisan and inflammatory. Consequently, Wellesley awarded Mrs. Clinton an honorary Doctorate degree, for doctoring the truth.

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