File this one under ‘U’ for ‘Understatement.’

Fox News analyst Brit Hume offered a critique of Hillary Clinton’s speech by saying “she has a not-so-attractive voice.”

Which is sure to have him on the receiving end of all kinds of hate mail from feminists who believe criticizing Hillary’s incredibly shrill voice is sexist.

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Via Mediaite:

Fox News’ Brit Hume immediately reacted to Hillary Clinton‘s DNC speech tonight by critiquing her tone.

While he did find the speech “workman-like” and very effective in going after Donald Trump, Hume said, “Making herself more appealing to the audience might not have done as well. She has a habit, when speaking, of breaking into kind of a sharp, lecturing tone.”

Hume said she came across as too loud sometimes and said, “She has a great asset as a public person, which is a radiant smile, but she has a not-so-attractive voice.”

He added that Clinton’s tone is reminiscent of being “called into the principal’s office to be read the riot act.”