It's high time the Electoral College must be abolished — Clinton

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Though many have focused on the book's critique of members of her own party, Clinton reserves the harshest criticism for Trump, whom she argued engaged in a "war on truth" and played to voters' cynicism. I was focused on the technical details, getting the face just right, and on the layout.

"When it first started happening, it was so soon after the election", Clinton said.

The illustration accompanies David Remnick's interview with Clinton, a story headlined "Hillary Clinton Looks Back in Anger".

Some supporters of Ms Clinton remain in denial, others took Mr Trump's victory as a call to arms and an inspiration "to resist".

Hillary Clinton said that its time to eliminate the Electoral College. "That's what we all have to hope because I think this president and some of the people around him pose a clear and present danger to our country". She seems pensive, as if thinking to herself 'what now?'

Clinton defended her use of the word deplorables earlier this week. Nut up and get over it, my dudes!

But Clinton, obviously, didn't win.

"In the case of a memoir, the subject of the book is the author and their views", an Amazon spokesperson told Fortune magazine.

"The Wall by Bob Staake".

"[Trump] is immature, with poor impulse control; unqualified for the position that he holds; reactive, not proactive; not strategic, either at home or on the world stage", Clinton continued. The real reason was not the tarmac meeting. Clinton pronounced that the day Comey sent a letter to Congress expressing the reopening part of his consideration into Clinton's email was the day she lost the elections.

She also spoke about how sexism may have played a factor in her stunning loss last November.

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