Trump slams Hillary Clinton for playing 'blame game'

Hillary Clinton opens up on why she lost in first live interview since election

Hillary Clinton opens up on why she lost in first live interview since election

A kid-friendly reworking of her 1996 book,It Takes a Village urges America to think of childrens' future.

Trump's 2016 coverage got a higher percentage (42 percent compared to 32 percent) of negative coverage than Clinton, and controversies surrounding his campaign received at least twice as much as Clinton's, 1,032 minutes compared to 488 minutes from the major networks, the MRC study found. "I wish he was not engaging in a lot of the scapegoating and behavior in office that I think is bad for this county".

The US President started the late-night Twitter tirade, taking a break from numerous natural disasters plaguing the US right now apart from a rift in his own party.

Hillary Clinton has found the perfect book for a president well known for his aversion to reading: a picture book. "She lost the debates and lost her direction!" Trump added in another tweet.

In the ten months since Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election to Donald Trump, plenty of people had wondered what might have been had things turned out differently.

Hillary Clinton opens up on why she lost in first live interview since election

Women are also more "likeable" if they are "in service of someone else", she said. "Republicans spent years shamelessly trying to score political point off the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, in September 2012".

"No I don't", Clinton responded. "She is shrill, and there is a prejudice against shrill women.' How about we stop criticizing how she speaks - which is just fine, by the way - and start paying attention to what she has to say about families and the economy?"

She said October 28, the day he reopened the investigation, was the day she lost the election.

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