In book, Clinton admits mistakes, casts blame for 2016 loss

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In the months immediately following her defeat in the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton stayed out of the political spotlight, opting instead to spend time with family. An event organizer explained that it was a customer event.

Anyone without a ticket won't be able to line up for the book-signing event, BookPeople says, and won't be allowed in or near the bookstore on North Lamar Boulevard. She says that her time as "an active politician" is over.

Clinton insisted in her interview that Putin was personally involved in Moscow's alleged vote meddling campaign because he had a "personal vendetta" against her.

Mrs Clinton accuses Senator Sanders of not supporting her properly and handing Mr Trump the "crooked Hillary" nickname he used during the campaign.

Clinton has claimed fellow Democratic nominee Bernie Sanders' refusal to get out of the race after she had a stranglehold on the nomination played a significant role. They were the fifth people on the line. And she said, look, the research is absolutely definitive.

"We were here late last night and someone tweeted a picture of us sleeping outside and her staff sent us a pizza", Paloma told reporters. "I thought his behavior as we saw on the Access Hollywood tape was deplorable", she continued, referring to the 2005 recording of Trump bragging about sexual assault, which surfaced in October of 2016.

"I just felt this enormous let down, just kind of loss of feeling and direction and sadness", Clinton said of the election.

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Whether or not he (Trump) is going to read Hillary Clinton's book, I'm not sure.

And contrary to complaints that Clinton is pointing the finger at others for her loss, she believes that Clinton has taken responsibility "for some of the things".

Clinton sat down with Jane Pauly of CBS Sunday Morning.

"He is taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over the Republican Party", Clinton said in Reno, Nevada, last year.

She also opened up about the now infamous investigation after it was revealed that even more of her personal emails had come up on a non-secure computer. "Maybe we do the $2 bill or we do another bill".

The two-time failed presidential candidate appeared to describe the alleged collusion as a criminal act, saying that the Kremlin "aided and abetted" Trump.