Losing a presidential election to Donald Trump after working in politics for decades would be a jagged pill for anyone to swallow, let alone the first female presidential candidate who had a solid shot.
So, all heated political discussions aside, it's hardly surprising that people are here for Hillary Clinton clap-backs over a year after the election.
It will take decades to unpack the theatrics and widespread turmoil of the 2016 election.
No matter what she did, people, particularly men, had a lot of anger towards Hillary.
You can say it was policy-based, and yes, some of it was. But a lot of the same anger was not spewed towards Joe Biden or other Democratic peers with parallel politics. There was a definite gender problem affecting the public's perception of Hillary.