Published: Wed, September 13, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Hillary Clinton believes this is what really cost her the presidential election

Hillary Clinton believes this is what really cost her the presidential election

Hillary Clinton says she is "done" being a political candidate, and that her shock U.S. presidential loss past year to Donald Trump remains a source of deep anguish.

"I happen to believe in the rule of law and believe in evidence", Clinton said, "so I'm not going to go off and make all kinds of outrageous claims".

For months, Clinton has taken a very public beating for speaking out about her election loss, most recently as part of the promotion tour for her campaign memoir, "What Happened".

Clinton went on to say that she felt she did well in the debates and was on the path to winning the election, but "unfortunately the (FBI Director James) Comey letter, aided to great measure by the Russian WikiLeaks, raised all those doubts again".

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In a pre-taped interview that aired on CBS "Sunday Morning," Clinton said she is done being a political candidate while reiterating her desire to be involved in national politics.

Some of those other factors include the long-simmering investigation into her private email server that never turned up criminal conduct, Russia's attempts to sway the results and how the media covered what she called "the first reality TV candidate", meaning Trump.

Hillary Clinton accepted the responsibility for her campaign shortcomings and self-criticized by "bad viewpoints" of delivering costly speeches to Wall Street officials and her lack of acumen to interpret the anger and frustration of the electorate. It sounds like she was just as hopeful as many of us were on the night.

"Some critics have said that everything hinged on me not campaigning enough in the Midwest", Clinton writes.

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While she also mentioned the "Access Hollywood" tape, which indeed deserves the "deplorable" label, Clinton's emphasis was on Trump's appeal to his supporters, suggesting that indeed the millions who voted for the Republican were "deplorable".

Clinton has now seen the light about her deplorable remark.

"At the same time he does that about a closed investigation (into Clinton emails), there's an open investigation into the Trump campaign and their connections with Russian Federation".

"Even when she's not saying it directly, you just go through page after page after page where it's always someone else's fault", Allen said.

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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. "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".

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