HILLARY'S FINAL MOMENTS
It was her turn.
Her husband had been president. She had been friends with presidents. And she had been there, always in the shadow, never truly in power. She waited her turn, she paid her dues. For more than 30 years, she worked for this one chance at power -- her one chance to fulfill her ambitions.
She had everything; the media, the businesses, and backing from both Saudis and Jews. None would stop her -- she was sure of it. There would be no second chance, she would be too old, too weak, to run again. It was all or nothing this time around, no expense to be spared.
And now she's here, lying in a hospital bed watching Trump give his inaugural speech while her vision slowly fades away.
With her 30 years in politics, with her political backroom deals, with her control of the media, she still lost the presidency to an orange-colored reality star billionare.
All her so-called friends left her the moment Trump's victory was clear, trying to salvage their careers and put distance between themselves and the Clinton corruption.
She lost everything, and now as she's fading away into nothingness, alone and broken, the last thing she sees on the television is Trump's grin as the people of America chant "PRESIDENT TRUMP"