Democrats Will Still Face a 'Very Difficult Media Environment — Hillary Clinton

Dimanche, 17 Sep, 2017

Hillary Rodham Clinton became the first woman in US history to become the presidential nominee of a major political party in 2016.

All Clinton would have had to do is look in the mirror for that answer.

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Among taking blame, she also dishes it out: James Comey, Bernie Sanders, the Russians, the "damn" emails, the "godforsaken" Electoral College - and - Benghazi. She's promoting her new book, What Happened, in which she offers her side of the story as to how she lost to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. "He wants to have that kind of power, that is largely unaccountable, unchecked". But instead she wrote "What Happened", which came out Tuesday. The much-anticipated book was already making lines before the release and achieved a great success in the market. Democrats don't need to question their own assumptions and prescriptions.

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"The linguist George Lakoff both identified this problem and embodied it when he said about Senator Elizabeth Warren, 'Elizabeth has a problem".

"I'm going to keep talking, and trying to raise the questions that I hope Americans will take seriously, and that I hope the press will take seriously, because we've got a lot of choppy water ahead of us", she said. She spent big money but, in the end, had no game!'

"It should be one person, one vote", she said, both reflecting on the loss and looking forward.

The president followed that up with a second tweet a few minutes later.