Hillary Clinton Blasts 'Schizophrenic' New York Times Coverage

Vendredi, 15 Sep, 2017

"What does that say?"

Mixed signals from Washington over a possible agreement to preserve protections for young immigrants are increasing anxiety and confusion on college campuses, where the stakes are high. After her failed run for the presidency in 2008, the Senate became a lackluster nest, and she leaped at the opportunity to show her mettle as secretary of state.

In an interview to promote the book, Clinton admitted her decision to set up a private email server for official State Department business was a "dumb decision", but added the media coverage turned it into "a dumber scandal".

Clinton in her book said the email controversy put her on the defensive to the point she thought she "must be going crazy". One takes aim at a somewhat unexpected target: The New York Times.

So, it's not unique to Clinton.

She is also critical of Comey's July 2016 assertion that she acted in an "extremely careless" fashion. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) strictly honored the blue-slip requests, and Republicans took full advantage, leaving Trump a record number of federal judicial vacancies - 144, including 21 appellate judges and 115 district-level judges.

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Hillary Clinton's long-awaited book "What Happened", which gives her side of the 2016 presidential election, was released on Tuesday, and as a result, more and more excerpts are making their way online. Tillich, she writes, "sensed a feeling of meaningless, emptiness, doubt and cynicism - all expressions of despair, of our separation from the roots and the meaning of our life".

"It was like quicksand: the more you struggle, the deeper you sink". By contrast with her book, it's sad.

In the November election, Clinton beat Trump in the popular vote by nearly 2.9 million votes, but only won 227 electoral votes.

People thought the Clintons thought the rules didn't apply to them.

She cites studying Alexis de Tocqueville and his astonishment at the "habits of the heart" he found in the 1830s among the American people, describing the U.S.as "a nation of volunteers and problem solvers who believed that their own self-interest was advanced by helping one another". It's a tale of a woman scorned, not by one man but "millions of white people", as she glibly formulated it in an interview with Jane Pauley of CBS. She now says she never wanted to be the "woman candidate" but rather "the best candidate" whose experience as a woman in a male-dominated culture had made her sharper, tougher and more competent. She blames the "sexism and misogyny" of those millions.