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CNN’s Cooper Fawns Over Hillary’s Yoga Breathing in Softball Interview

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Hillary Clinton has been making the rounds with the liberal media in recent days to promote her latest memoir, What Happened, in which she casts blame on nearly everything under the sun for her embarrassing defeat by Donald Trump. On Wednesday, Clinton appeared on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 where she was treated to a softball interview with Cooper himself.

Among some of Cooper’s not-so-hard hitting inquiries was a question about her yoga routine. “Seems like you've been doing a lot of yoga,” he commented. “And alternate nostril breathing! Have you tried that,” Clinton exclaimed with joy. “Page 27 in your book, you talk about alternative nostril breathing. What is that and dare you give me a demonstration of that,” he requested.

What made the yoga question particularly ridiculous was the fact that it came after Clinton declared that she does not forgive those who didn’t support her in the election. “No. I don’t … No absolution, but of course I just hope people will take what happened this time seriously and being ready and willing to vote the next time,” she told Cooper in a serious tone. The CNN host didn’t bat an eye.

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