Clinton Releases Book About Unsuccessful US Presidential Campaign

How Hillary Clinton coped: Closet-cleaning, chardonnay, yoga & alternate nostril breathing

How Hillary Clinton coped: Closet-cleaning, chardonnay, yoga & alternate nostril breathing

After losing a the last election to President Donald Trump, Democratic nominated Hillary Clinton said she's not running for public office anymore.

"I started the campaign knowing that I was going to have to work extra hard to make women and men feel comfortable with the idea of a woman president", Hillary said of her prospects in the 2016 race.

Most recently in an interview with USA Today, Clinton accused Trump's campaign surrogates of assisting Russian Federation in its activities to meddle in the election.

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

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

The former first lady has admitted in recent interviews that she is not entirely done with the election and still wonders why she lost to Trump.

The former secretary of state, who is 69, has teased out several excerpts from her book ahead of its release today.

Clinton also attacked Trump's preparedness for the job and challenged his guffaw at the enormous responsibility that is the presidency.

Robert Mueller, the Federal Bureau of Investigation special counsel investigating Russia's involvement in the election, issued grand jury subpoenas, The New York Times reported last month.

The former secretary of state blames candidates including Vladimir Putin, James Comey, Democrat rival Bernie Sanders and the "deplorables" among Donald Trump's support for her failure to become the first USA female president.

The former first lady also blames former vice president Joe Biden, former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, and NBC "Today" host Matt Lauer for the outcome of the elections.

Trump has also repeatedly revived the bitter rhetoric from the campaign, such as using Clinton's email scandal to try to distract from the ongoing investigation into his campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation.

But she skirts around the impact on voters of her description of Trump supporters as "deplorables" - a term she admits was a "political gift" to her Republican rival. "He was quite successful in referencing a nostalgia that would give hope, comfort, and settle grievances for millions of people who were upset about gains that were made by others". Martin went on to note "writing this book is opening old wounds, re-litigating a past and it doesn't help move the party forward".

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