Hillary Clinton bought home assuming she would win presidency

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Last month, Hillary Clinton shared an extract from her new book What Happened, in which she opened up about the intimidation she felt during the second presidential debate with President Donald Trump.

Hillary Clinton has made crystal clear whom she blames for Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's book titled "What Happened" focusing on the reasons that led to her defeat in the 2016 campaign entered the market on Tuesday.

Clinton previously said to Pauley she was so certain she would win against Donald Trump that she only wrote a victory speech rather than a concession speech.

"And there's no doubt in my mind that there are a tangle of financial relationships between Trump and his operation with Russian money", Clinton said.

Clinton's remarks on Sunday came a little more than a year after she gave a major campaign speech in which she described the "disturbing" connection between Trump's campaign and the "alt-right", a movement associated with white nationalism.

Hillary will kick off her book tour tomorrow with a stop at Barnes & Noble in New York City's Union Square.

Clinton also recounted election night and how her eventual loss sank in. She said she also made her own mistakes but outlined them in the book and didn't bring them up.

Clinton called her pricey Wall Street speeches "bad optics" and the scandal over her use of a private email server as secretary of state a "boneheaded mistake".

She said she will remain active in politics because of her grave concern that "our country's future is at stake".

"The best thing she could do is disappear", a former Clinton fundraiser told The Hill.

Clinton said Putin had a "personal vendetta" against her dating back two decades. But she also blames Russian election interference, and extraordinary decisions by then-FBI director James Comey to reopen an investigation into her emails. "At the same time he does that about a closed investigation, there's an open investigation into the Trump campaign and their connections with Russian Federation". Bernie Sanders for making what she said were unrealistic campaign promises, and Vice President Joe Biden for his criticisms of her inability to connect with some white working class voters.

Clinton replied: "Millions of white people, yeah, Millions of white people".



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