Things Hillary Clinton Revealed About Her Book 'What Happened'

Dimanche, 17 Sep, 2017

In the interview, Clinton said she is "viewed as a threat to powerful forces on both the right and the left", adding that she is still among the "favorite subjects" right-leaning media outlets target.

But the shunning of Clinton and the degradation and mockery of her words all these months after Election Day have implications outside of the nation's political sphere. Organizer say Clinton will talk about her thoughts on the 2016 presidential campaign. "I don't blame voters for wondering what the heck was going on".

Clinton's tour also includes events in Chicago, New York, Atlanta, Boston and Portland.

One is the savaging of her reputation by an updated version of the "vast right-wing conspiracy" she accused, with some justification, of smearing her and her husband in the 1990s-including radical conservative donors, fake-news peddlers and Russian hackers and their internet bots, all egged on, wittingly or not, by a Republican candidate who "trafficked in dark conspiracy theories drawn from the pages of supermarket tabloids and the far reaches of the internet".

When asked if Trump's daughter should be held responsible for her father's actions, Clinton answered succinctly.

Even admirers of Mrs Clinton will curl their toes at this. Hillary Clinton, despite all his acumen political, has not understood something as basic as that "politics is entertainment for ugly people". Because as Jimmy Kimmel said: who wants to revisit that magical time known as the 2016 presidential election? It's usually a one-dimensional narrative.

Loup Bureau, "soulagé d'être revenu en France"
Loup Bureau était entouré de ses proches et de la ministre de la culture Françoise Nyssen venus l'accueillir. Se présentant devant la presse après sa descente d'avion, il a confié être " très soulagé d'être revenu ".

Le Prêt à taux zéro (PTZ) reconduit mais recadré en 2018
Pour la FFC, les contribuables de zones C et B2 sont ceux qui ont " le plus besoin des dispositifs mis en cause ". Le but est de permettre aux bailleurs sociaux d'emprunter à meilleur taux pour construire les logements sociaux.

Des touristes américaines aspergées d'acide au visage dans une gare SNCF
L'agresseuse, qui ne semblait pas être en possession de tous ses moyens, a été interpellée et placée en garde à vue. Selon La Provence qui révèle l'affaire, il s'agirait de l'acte d'une "déséquilibrée ".

And, of course, the old go-to: she just wasn't likeable enough. We further assess Putin and the Russian Government developed a clear preference for President-elect Trump. She asserted that this factor may have made it more difficult for her campaign to feel fresh and exciting to new people.

"[Trump] is immature, with poor impulse control; unqualified for the position that he holds; reactive, not proactive; not strategic, either at home or on the world stage", Clinton continued.

In part, the FBI and intelligence agencies came to believe that Putin wanted Trump to win because he very much disliked Clinton, Comey said.

Sanders said she was not sure whether the president was aware of Hill's comments.

Clinton asserted in 2015 that she used the private email because she could then use just one digital device. Unless you're a firm believer that even negative publicity is good publicity, the notion that the media was aiding Trump is the babbling of an insane woman. The next, Bernie Sanders is the culprit. But former candidate extends his criticisms to press and, above all, his rival for democratic nomination, independent Bernie Sanders, who says that "I don't know if it mattered or not", to ignite a civil war in party that would end up placing to Trump where it is now: in Oval Office. Even the most sympathetic op-eds invariably would genuflect to her "flaws". So should we be surprised to see them surface yet again in reaction to her book? 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. The fact is that is it only when we've done that that we will be able to truly "move on". She made the argument that he "dragged it out", due to a reluctance to drop out of the democratic primary until much later than Clinton believes was necessary to unite the party.

Hill, an African-American co-host of the 6 p.m. broadcast of "SportsCenter", also added that "Trump is the most ignorant, offensive president of my lifetime".