Study Shoots Down Clinton's Claim Of Media Bias Hurting Her Campaign

17 Septembre, 2017, 15:11 | Auteur: Phil Beauvilliers
  • Clinton: Trump 'immature' and 'unqualified for the position that he holds'

"I think it needs to be eliminated", Clinton said of the Electoral College.

Trump's dig at his former opponent wasn't exactly original and it definitely didn't come as a surprise, and Clinton was ready for it.

She said that it was a decisive day as it concluded her drive and that she does not blame voters for conjecturing what the hell was happening.

For the record, that event is sold out and the book is already skyrocketing up the best-seller lists.

Hillary Clinton's book, titled What Happened, went on sale on Tuesday. "I wish he was not engaging in a lot of the scapegoating and behavior in office that I think is bad for this county".

Clinton called Comey's Oct. 28 letter to Congress a "determining factor" in her loss to President Donald Trump and said she felt strongly the former FBI head "went way beyond his role" when he decided to reintroduce the probe.

"When it first started happening, it was so soon after the election", she said.

In a new interview with The New Yorker about her tell-all memoir "What Happened", Clinton ripped the president, calling him a "danger" to democracy and challenging his ability to lead the country.

Simon & Schuster US publisher Jonathan Karp told the Associated Press: 'It seems highly unlikely that approximately 1,500 people read Hillary Clinton's book overnight and came to the stark conclusion that it is either brilliant or awful'. Amazon has stepped in, having apparently deleted more than 900 reviews of the book. "What's important is the fact that the Russians are still going at us".

Men on the left who are currently tearing down Clinton at every opportunity are repeating an insidious pattern that led to many women journalists being attacked online during the election, and to many Clinton supporters I know feeling like they had to conceal their beliefs to avoid being talked down to by frothy-mouthed Bernie bros.

The White House says President Donald Trump will have dinner on Wednesday night with Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer and House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi.

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