People are saying mean things about Hillary's wardrobe, particularly the $12,000 coat she appeared in recently. I think that's a cheap shot. The coat is not becoming,--she can't carry it off. She looks like she picked it up at some store that features garments for older women. I can just see some upper middle class woman wearing it to church or to a do at the Women's Club, and looking better in it than Hillary.
No kidding, I think I would look better in that coat than she does; she is not interested in looking attractive, and I am. Surely the pantsuits she wore in office were dreadful, but so was everything she wore, including her ugly hairstyle, which made her look like someone who does not visit her stylist often enough, or maybe doesn't even have a hairstylist. She does not place a high value on her appearance, having more worthwhile things to concern herself with, like how many bombs to drop on ISIS this week or what to do about hunger. I'm not saying she shouldn't spend a lot of money on her clothes; no-one expects a millionaire in public life to shop at JCPenney. (Sorry, JC, not criticizing you!)
Everyone was always sniping at Jacqueline Kennedy for dressing elegantly, but she was a delight to the eye, very pretty, very stylish. She brought grace to the White House. Michelle Obama always looks beautifully dressed, although every time she opens her mouth she utters claptrap, and aggrieved claptrap at that. Silence would do her a world of good.
Hillary is not a good campaigner, unlike her husband, who clearly loves, loves, loves speaking to a group who adulates him. His wife is more like Nixon; she understands that you can't get elected unless you campaign for office, so she does, but you can see it is not her metier. Bill liked to show off, and he craved attention and admiration. He had a raffish sort of charm. People liked him. If you were seated next to him at a dinner party, you would like him. If you were seated next to Hillary, she would talk about day care or getting out the vote. Trump is more like Bill, he glories in being the center of attention. He takes great joy in shooting off his mouth and more, in shocking people like a kid showing off in class.
Her voice is not passionate or persuasive. It's not even pleasant. That midwestern croak! Crows could take her seminar and benefit by it. She does not love her audience and they don't love her back. As for her ideas! She, like Muhammed Ali, keeps talking about fighting, but unlike him, she does not put on the gloves. Her ideas are shopworn and have no substance. Sincerity also is not her metier, unlike Bernie Sanders, who clearly believes every crackpot idea he so passionately advocates.
What Hillary clearly believes is that it is her turn to be President. She earned it! She's a woman, She was gracious about losing to Obama, so she is now entitled to the presidency for being a good sport, and it is her turn.