"As her book's title implies, Clinton has her own version of what happened in 2016, and she eventually forces readers to reckon with it", the article says, insisting that the story "is worth reading". "And I suppose it is possible that a few more trips to Saginaw or a few more ads on the air in Waukesha could have tipped a couple of thousand voters here or there".
"I know some people wonder why we're still together", she bluntly writes. Clinton already is taking some criticism - complete with mockery from late-night television hosts - for planning book-tour stops in the Great Lakes and Midwestern states that ultimately cost her the election. But she writes that her campaign had more staff and spent more on advertising in both MI and Pennsylvania, two states she lost, than President Barack Obama did when he won them in 2012.
Yet somehow, we're supposed to believe that the media landscape is stacked against poor ol' Hillary and her goals?
If you failed to get a ticket, you probably won't be able to catch a glimpse of Clinton while she's here. But he said it's ultimately a side show from a has-been.
"It was so, just, discombobulating", Clinton said.
"There certainly was communication and there certainly was an understanding of some sort", Clinton said in the interview. Clinton's anger is most sharply focused on Comey.
In "Living History", one of the first times Clinton fully discussed the Lewinsky scandal, the former first lady wrote that she could "hardly breathe" when she found out about the affair. But as we said before, Comey never would have been in the picture had she never used a private email.
"I regret handing Trump a political gift with my "deplorables" comment", she explains, but later defends the sentiment itself: "Too many of Trump's core supporters do hold views that I find - there's no other word for it - deplorable".
Co-hose Mika Brzezinski asked Page if Clinton had offered any advice for the future of the Democratic Party moving forward.
As she told the former Obama speechwriters who host the "Pod Save America" podcast, Democrats don't have enough media influence, and their candidates will continue to face a "very hard media environment". But he said Democrats and other activists on the left should avoid using Clinton's re-emergence to rehash 2016. "All of these things she tried to warn people about that were a theoretical concern. now it's real", said Fallon. "Oh my god, she's so strong", he said.
The New York Times' Jennifer Senior dubs the book a "post-mortem, in which [Clinton] is both coroner and corpse", "a feminist manifesto" and "a score-settling jubilee". For that, she takes full responsibility, beginning with the traditional way she ran her campaign: "I was giving speeches laying out how to resolve the country's problems".
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