For the first time in 17 years, twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was not voted as the most admired woman.
According to a Gallup poll released Thursday, former First Lady Michelle Obama was named the woman Americans admire most in the world with 15 percent of the vote.
Celebrity star Oprah Winfrey came in second place with just five percent of the vote.
Clinton was tied for third place with current First Lady Melania Trump at four percent.
Former President Barack Obama won the award as the man most admired by Americans, finishing just ahead of President Donald Trump.
Obama received 19 percent of the vote and Trump came in second with 13 percent.
Former President George W. Bush came in a distant third place with just one perfect of the total vote for most admired man in the world.
Since losing the 2016 presidential election, Clinton has not had much to celebrate.
When Clinton’s not wearing a “muumuu” to attack Trump or insulting Americans by saying anyone who doesn’t believe Trump’s policies are hurting America isn’t “walking around with their eyes open,” she’s making several controversial comments.
During an interview in October with The Guardian, the twice failed presidential candidate said Trump has a long “streak of racism” and “the whole package of bigotry.”
“This is a person who believes in very little, but he does have visceral responses to what goes on in the world around him. He does have a strong streak of racism that goes back to his early years,” Clinton said.
She added: “I include his anti-immigrant tirades because he characterizes immigrants in very racially derogatory ways, but he was Islamophobic, he was anti-women, he really had the whole package of bigotry that he was putting on offer to those who were intrigued and attracted to him.”
Prior to that, she appeared to imply that newly appointed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh will lead America back to the days of slavery.
Clinton said Kavanaugh being on the Supreme Court will return the country to 1850 — when the atrocities of slavery were taking place.
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Clinton, who is obviously still deeply upset about her embarrassing loss in the election two years ago, is saying whatever she can to remain relevant.
And now, based on the Gallup poll, she no longer America’s most admired woman.