Clinton And Former Staffer Share Sense Of 'Colossal Failure'

15 Septembre, 2017, 15:06 | Auteur: Edgar Lajoie
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The failed Democratic presidential candidate sat with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Wednesday and talked about the new relaxation methods she's picked up since the stunning defeat.

Staffers of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's doomed presidential campaign share a "sense of colossal failure" according to an interview published Thursday.

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