Hillary Clinton has a theory about why she lost with white women

Hillary Clinton has a theory about why she lost with white women

Hillary Clinton has a theory about why she lost with white women

"I just wish that he were the president for all Americans", Clinton said, while discussing her latest book, "What Happened". Comey issued a statement two days before the election reaffirming his decision announced in July that there was no reason to recommend charges against her.

Clinton told hosts Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie Comey was the "determining factor" in her defeat. This is the one real factor Clinton cited that makes sense, because if people of such states were not required to provide identification, she probably would have won.

Clinton also said she could not say for sure that the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation on the election.

"I was stunned, to be honest", she added.

Jonathan Allen, one of the co-authors of the Clinton campaign tell-all "Shattered", said Clinton writes about taking responsibility and her weaknesses as a candidate, but the underlying theme of her book is that she lost the election primarily because of Comey and Vladimir Putin.

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'I feel very strongly that he went way beyond his role in doing what he did, ' Clinton said. Clinton also wrote that Warren was on her list of potential running mates.

'If I had been elected and this had come to light ...

But she denied that she made enough mistakes herself to lose last year's election.

Clinton continued, claiming "sexism and misogyny, which are endemic to our society". "Gender is not the motivating factor that race was for President Obama", she said.

"I mean, I'm a person, I know that, but a lot of it is for whatever reason the idea among some that I really do take seriously the threat posed from the right to this country, to our economic equality, to our civil rights", said Clinton.

"It's ridiculous. It's another absurd lie to cover up what really was going on which I hope we uncover and finally understand", Clinton said.

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