Hillary Clinton puts Ivanka Trump on notice for sticking by her father

15 Septembre, 2017, 07:06 | Auteur: Armand Coulomb
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"Huma! It's so great to see you".

Clinton won the 2016 popular vote by nearly 3 million votes, a fact she routinely brings up in her new memoir.

But the Constitution dictates that electors representing each state must cast ballots for president. Sure, it hits on all the five stages of grief - denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance - but it's the anger that Clinton and her fans keep coming back to. "That certainly has come out, and we know that there was a lot of interesting coincidences, if you will, between what people associated with Trump were saying at the time and what later came to pass".

"Happy to send a copy", she added.

"That was the determinative day because it stopped my momentum", she said.

'If you didn't like that book, try this one - some good lessons in here about working together to solve problems.

But while Clinton's book talks about "what happened" in terms of excuses as to why she lost the presidential election, Loomer had more pressing questions for her.

Hillary Clinton's new book hit shelves on Tuesday and it's already at the top of a few online bestseller lists. Instead, she campaigned with swooning celebrities in the Hamptons.

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Over at Vox, Ezra Klein has an interview with Hillary Clinton about the 2016 election.

Dave Brat (R-VA) said on Wednesday that one of the goals of tax cuts is to provide extra money for the "forgotten man from Bernie [Sanders] to [Donald] Trump". And to think, critics accuse her of not wanting to take her full share of blame for November's electoral disaster.

"Stripped of context, my words sounded heartless", Clinton writes in her book. "She says, 'Look, the research is absolutely clear: The more professionally successful a man becomes, the more likeable he is".

Along with cleaning out her closets, going for walks in the woods, and catching up on sleep, writing about how she felt helped her unwind and recover from a grueling second presidential campaign.

In two tweets spaced just minutes apart, the 45th president of the United States criticised Clinton's new book, which dissects her losing 2016 election campaign in detail.

Clinton, describing her marriage in terms she rarely uses, said she "really had to struggle" with their marriage when the Clinton White House was consumed by the former President's affair with Monica Lewinsky, a White House intern.

"We have 514,000 elected officials in this country", Anuzis told Politico. A new poll Tuesday revealed that 61 percent of voters want Clinton to retire from public service.