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Clinton points to Comey intervention, 'sexism,' in 2016 loss

13 September 2017

He then gently wondered: "When it comes to the self-inflicted wounds, when you look at list of them, and you go through them in the book, did you make enough mistakes yourself to lose the election without any of the other things you talk about?"

Clinton - 2016 Democratic presidential candidate, former US secretary of state, former USA senator, and former first lady - is touring North America to promote the book, which offers insights into her surprising loss in last year's presidential election.

Clinton also said Sunday that she will not pursue the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

The losing USA presidential candidate also takes a swipe at former POTUS Barrack Obama, who endorsed her candidacy, for supposedly failing to come up with a stronger televised response to the reported Russian meddling in the elections.

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Hillary also said during the interview that she will not be seeking elected office again in the wake of her most recent defeat.

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 global charitable organisation founded in 1997, originally to establish the Bill Clinton presidential library.

"He doesn't just like Putin", Clinton wrote. She said that she was responsible for everything as her name was on the ballot.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders threw the book at Hillary Clinton's new memoir.

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"You can blame the data, blame the message, blame anything you want - but I was the candidate". They wanted me to share their anger.

"I would think that [Trump's] pretty well versed on what happened and I think it's pretty clear to all of America", Sanders told reporters. He says, 'Boy, it's so much harder than I thought it would be.

During an interview with Jane Pauley on CBS Sunday Morning, Hillary revealed exactly why she believes she lost the bid to become the US President despite winning the popular vote by more than 2.86 million ballots.

A Rasmussen Reports survey showed that 61 percent of voters believe "It's time for [Clinton] to retire", compared to just 30 percent who said she still had a future in politics.

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