Clinton wants Electoral College abolished, after losing it

17 Septembre, 2017, 07:54 | Auteur: Edgar Lajoie
  • Hillary Clinton declares

Critics have mixed opinions on her book, with some calling it a "feminist manifesto", while other readers pick on its tendency to dwell on other players like Vladimir Putin and Bernie Sanders and their supposed role in her defeat.

On Wednesday, The New Yorker made a bold move and released the post-election cover the publication planned to run if Hillary Clinton had won the Presidency. "She lost the debates and lost her direction!" "I was proud to do it. But, when a woman walks into the arena and says, 'I'm going for this myself, ' it really does have a dramatic effect on how people perceive", Clinton said. "I didn't know what to think about it, because I knew there was nothing there".

Clinton had appeared on "Today" to promote her new book on the 2016 election, "What Happened". The much-anticipated book was already making lines before the release and achieved a great success in the market. And then it became clear.

Clinton said the two women were both "a little wary" in a meeting at Clinton's house in Washington, but "I came away convinced that if Elizabeth believed her views and priorities would be included and respected in my campaign, she might become my champion rather than my challenger".

The book currently has 576 ratings that average 4.9 out of five on its Amazon listing as of this time. I just wish he were the president for all Americans.

The former first lady told the CNN host she didn't offer 'absolution' for people who did not vote for her but are complaining now.

He tweeted at 9.47pm, almost 50 minutes after the show ended and around when articles and tweets about it started showing up recapping it online.

Clinton has spoken about many reasons why she believes she lost the election to Trump.

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