Crouere: Clinton, disastrous candidate vs. Trump, that's "What Happened"

Crouere: Clinton, disastrous candidate vs. Trump, that's

Crouere: Clinton, disastrous candidate vs. Trump, that's "What Happened"

"I should have done a better job of demonstrating 'I get it, ' " she said, noting that "maybe I missed a few chances".

She said attending Trump's inauguration was "an out of body experience" and described feeling stalked on camera in Las Vegas by Trump, a turning point in her candidacy.

"And then his speech, which was a cry from the white nationalist gut..." she added with visible disgust.

Clinton said she isn't ready to fade out of the public eye, even if her days of being a candidate are over.

Clinton, often described as a cold calculator, has also recognized the awful void she felt after her surprise defeat, and this despite a wide lead in the popular vote.

"Joe Biden said the Democratic Party in 2016 'did not talk about what it always stood for - and that was how to maintain a burgeoning middle class, '" Clinton wrote. And it raised the specter that, somehow, the investigation was being reopened.

PAULEY: Why do you think that word deplorable had been circulating in your mind?

Clinton answered no when asked if she had any inkling that the election's outcome might not be in her favor. He ends up in the Oval Office. In the interview, Clinton said she knew she was going to have to "have to work extra hard to make women and men feel comfortable with the idea of a woman president". This is really tough.

"Look, Secretary Clinton ran against the most unpopular candidate in the history of this country and she lost and she was upset about it and I understand that", Sanders said on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Hillary Clinton is making sure that America doesn't forget Trump's bragging about sexual assault while calling him, "a very effective reality TV star".

Clinton is about to embark on a book tour for her new tome What Happened, which comes out this week, and sat down with Pauley for her first television interview to mark the occasion.

Though the interview did not mention Clinton's perspective on the 2016 Democratic primary, many Democrats have privately and publicly grated at the release of the former candidate's book, noting that it reopens numerous intraparty fights that Democrats have been attempting to put behind them since the election.

Diane Hessen, the author of the internal study, found that after Clinton's remark, "all hell broke loose" among the group of voters she was tracking at the time.

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