Not going after Comey 'was a mistake': Clinton

Not going after Comey 'was a mistake': Clinton

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.

Although Sanders ultimately threw his support behind the successful Democratic candidate, Mrs Clinton suggests: "His attacks caused lasting damage, making it harder to unify progressives in the general election and paving the way for Trump's "Crooked Hillary" campaign".

What Happened is scheduled to be released on September 12.

Although Clinton has repeatedly blamed misogyny, former FBI Director James Comey, Russia and WikiLeaks for her stunning loss, she outlined some new targets in her book, according to an advance copy obtained by CNN.

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"She lays out how the 2016 election was marked by an unprecedented assault on our democracy by a foreign adversary".

She also lamented the advice she received about how to deal with Sanders's attacks.

Clinton praised Sanders, a long shot for the nomination, for engaging "a lot of young people in the political process for the first time, which is extremely important". During their final event together, Barack Obama hugged her and whispered, "You've got this". As we've said before, it wasn't the Russians who told her to not campaign in Wisconsin. According to CNN, those who have read what Hillary has penned didn't see Bernie in that book in a good light.

Clinton may never move forward from her devastating loss to President Trump. I take responsibility for all of them. She pushes back against the idea raised by Vice President Joe Biden that she didn't campaign forcefully enough for middle class voters.

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Many inside the Democratic Party wish she followed McCain's advice but have accepted that she is charting her own course. Clinton wrote that her opponent had to resort to "innuendo" and "impugning" her character because they "agreed on so much". Don't we all remember Sanders saying he didn't give a damn about her emails?

"This man is President of the United States", Clinton wrote. "My team kept reminding me that we didn't want to alienate Bernie's supporters", she grumbled.

"Bernie is not the reason you lost", Meyers said to Clinton. Her column,"You Do Uterus", runs every Thursday.

One of those attitudes, Clinton said, is the pressure society places on women - and not men - to be flawless.

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She wrote that she thinks sexism was also clearly at play and a crucial part of her defeat.

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