Huckabee Sanders: Clinton's Book Tour 'Proves America Was Right' to Elect Trump

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"Imagine what that feels like", she concluded.

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton can not forgive thousands of Americans who failed to vote for her in last year's nail-biting election against now-president Donald Trump.

To this, Hillary trolled Donald Trump suggesting a children's book for him to read if he didn't like her book.

Clinton thanks the person who introduced her to Tito's vodka martinis. So The New Yorker, in light of those thoughts, shared the cover it would have run with had Clinton become the first female president. "She lost the debates and lost her direction!"

Hillary Clinton's book, titled What Happened, went on sale on Tuesday. "Do you stay calm, keep smiling and carry on as if he weren't repeatedly invading your space?"

Clinton was clearly feeling defensive about her new piece of work and used another literary creation of hers to answer her former election rival. I've got a new organization called Onward Together.

"I wanted to stare right in her eyes and say, 'You didn't vote?" "From my perspective, I have a lot of experience and expertise and insight that I'm sharing with the world, and particularly with Democrats".

Sanders described 69-year-old Clinton's book tour and continued comments on the 2016 race as "sad".

"I think the President and his administration pose a clear and present danger to our democracy", Clinton said.

But it is her freaky assessment of the media's role in her loss that really shows how out of touch with reality she is. There is also little reason to think a more populist message would have helped her there. It was decided by partisanship and internet-borne misinformation-the enabling environment and means by which Mr Trump and his proxies destroyed Mrs Clinton.

In true calm, cool, collected style, Clinton didn't take Trump's bait, and instead offered back a smart, thoughtful rebuke. "I'd like to see us move beyond it, yes". No, Trump's win is the result of many things, and we would do better to try to unpack them with precision and a view to complexity rather than scapegoat Clinton or her campaign.

"Behold: Hillary Rodham Clinton".

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