Hillary Clinton accepts some blame for her shocking loss in the 2016 presidential election, but she also takes shots at now-President Trump, according to a copy of her new book obtained by CNN's Jeff Zeleny. She said that following that advice made her feel she was "in a straitjacket".
"But he isn't a Democrat - that's not a smear, that's what he says", Clinton wrote. I take responsibility for all of them.
Bernie Sanders on Wednesday brushed off accusations from Hillary Clinton's upcoming memoir that he damaged her presidential campaign - and he advised his former rival to get with the times.
She says her call with Trump was 'without a doubt one of the strangest moments of my life'. "Those were my decisions".
According to extracts from her soon-to-be-published book,"What Happened", which have been posted online by a group of Clinton supporters, Hillary Clinton has accused Sanders of paving the way for Donald Trump's "Crooked Hillary" campaign.
"His attacks caused lasting damage, making it harder to unify progressives in the general election", she wrote of Sanders.
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"During the primary, Clinton writes that advisers often told her not to fight back against Sanders" criticism for fear of alienating his supporters.
Clinton's book does involve some introspection and she takes responsibility for her failures, but the book oozes with contempt for Trump and blames two external factors - Russian Federation and fired FBI Director James Comey - for her loss.
But she still points the finger at then-FBI Director James Comey for the collapse of her campaign when he revived the issue of her private email server in a letter late in the campaign.
"He certainly shared my horror at the thought of Donald Trump becoming President, and I appreciate that he campaigned for me in the general election". "I know he must be enjoying everything that's happened instead".
"I read everything I could get my hands on", she writes.
Clinton's previous books include her 2003 memoir, "Living History", published while she was a USA senator from NY, and 2014's "Hard Choices", her account of her time as secretary of state.