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

Hillary Clinton is honored at a Children's Defense Fund event for her contributions and dedication to child advocacy at the Newseum in Washington D.C

Hillary Clinton is honored at a Children's Defense Fund event for her contributions and dedication to child advocacy at the Newseum in Washington D.C

In a new interview with The New Yorker about her tell-all memoir "What Happened", Clinton ripped the president, calling him a "danger" to democracy and challenging his ability to lead the country. "She lost the debates and lost her direction!"

According to USAToday, though, "ReviewMeta, a website that analyzes the authenticity of Amazon reviews, said that 25% of reviewers of Clinton's book were 'suspicious, ' a designation it gives to reviewers who have only reviewed one title".

She also points the finger at allies including then-president Barack Obama, former vice president Joe Biden, and her progressive rival for the Democratic nomination, Bernie Sanders. What part is Russia? "It stopped my momentum". He wants to be like Putin. I was just dumbfounded.

Clinton's loss was perhaps the biggest shock election defeat in modern American history. I guess we'll never know. He could've called me up.

New Yorker art editor Francoise Mouly told the Washington Post the never-used cover "brings everything back to me in a flash". "And I think that that's a sad way for her to continue".

Clinton said the timing of the letter meant that there was no room to recover ahead of the election. "I think there's a lot of evidence, a lot of research supporting the idea that race is a much more motivating factor for others than gender is".

"I wanted to stare right in her eyes and say, 'You didn't vote? Get away from me", when he loomed over her shoulder during a presidential debate.

Massachusetts US Senator Elizabeth Warren was on Democrat Hillary Clinton's list of possible running mates, Clinton said in her new book.

If true, Clinton is closing the door on a storied political career that saw her become the first woman presidential nominee of a major US political party.