"It became cleared - this was not necessary", she said.
"It's ridiculous", Clinton said on NBC's "Today" Wednesday. When co-host Sunny Hostin lamented that the last chapter of Clinton's public life would be her electoral defeat, Clinton reassured her that she intends to remain active in speaking out for what she stands for, and encouraged all people - specifically young people - to do the same.
Clinton's comment about being held to different standards may read like sour grapes to some, especially those who want a full-throated apology for her campaign missteps.
Hillary Clinton added that she believes in continuing to give President Donald Trump "a chance to lead", as she said in her concession speech, but that didn't stop her from criticizing Trump's performance thus far. We're going to come back with more from Hillary.
"What I try to do in the book is to put forth all the information that I think should trouble Americans, whether you're Republicans or Democrats or anything else", she said.
Washington, Sep 12 (Prensa Latina) Hillary Clinton, former USA democrat to 2016 presidential elections, has warned that the United States is nowadays in danger under Republican President Donald TrumpÂ´s administration. And before you'd be able to flip through the first chapter of her new memoir, What Happened, the tickets were scooped up.
"Some critics have said that everything hinged on me not campaigning enough in the Midwest", Clinton writes.
Most major polls showed Clinton won her October 10 showdown with Trump.
"We did not understand how a reality TV campaign would so dominate the media environment". But she also blamed Russian interference, negative news coverage and misogyny.