Trump slams 'crooked Hillary' for blaming others for poll loss

17 Septembre, 2017, 15:46 | Auteur: Armand Coulomb
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Clinton says she pushed hard to get her most loyal supporters to back Barack Obama in 2008.

"I am proud and grateful I am married to my best friend", she added. She spent big money but, in the end, had no game!

Instead, the magazine ran an image by artist Bob Staake called "The Wall", alluding to Trump's campaign promises to dramatically curb immigration and build a wall along the U.S. -Mexico border.

Clinton also told The New Yorker that she took issue with a number of Trump's actions since taking office, including his threats against North Korea amid heightening tensions with the country.

Clinton appeared on Anderson Cooper Wednesday to speak on a variety of reasons for why she lost the election. However, Clinton won the popular vote by 3 million. "And if they're not, they need to be speaking out or leaving", she said. How could this happen? But at other times, it descends into the sort of score settling that is meant to immunise her from blame. No wonder the Democrats, the pundits, and the voters themselves are so eager to disown their own complicity and to cast Clinton as the sole cause of our present situation.

So Clinton believes she lost Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and the presidency because of the bigotry of middle America.

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"There was certainly - we know - a plan from Putin and the highest levels of the Kremlin to influence our election". I'm going to be supporting candidates.

Clinton's book has been widely criticised for laying blame on others for her historic election loss.

She said the Oct. 29 letter issued by former FBI Director James Comey's about continuing investigations into her emails cost her the election.

She also spoke about how sexism may have played a factor in her stunning loss last November. Clinton went on to say that "they were getting really good political advice about placement - both geographic and platform - from somebody".

But Mr Maisonet said he did not want to vote for either candidate after watching a documentary about the finances of the Clinton Foundation - the multi-billion dollar international charitable organisation founded in 1997, originally to establish the Bill Clinton presidential library.