Hillary Clinton burns Trump when he tries to dis her book

17 Septembre, 2017, 07:51 | Auteur: Lynn Cook
  • Late Night: Seth Meyers Gets Real With Hillary Clinton About Her Book

Did you know that wishing for the disappearance of the first woman to be nominated for president by a major political party is kind of a bananas request?

Clinton hit back on Thursday, suggesting that Trump take a look at another one of her books, "It Takes a Village".

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The President of the United States tweeted late in the night: "The "deplorables" came back to haunt Hillary". Lauer followed up: "Has it led you more in the direction of collusion?" I knew there was no new information.

Reuters/Andrew KellyFormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attends a signing of her new book at Barnes & Noble bookstore in Manhattan. The much-anticipated book was already making lines before the release and achieved a great success in the market. They cherry-pick excerpts from her book (like the strange prevailing belief that her entire memoir is about blaming Sanders for her loss) as examples of how out of touch she is, and how America would be better off if she just disappeared.

Simon and Schuster reportedly had Amazon remove roughly 900 reviews based on the assumption that those people didn't actually read the book. "We do not decide what customers consider useful or not, but we have mechanisms that ensure that the majority opinion will not drown in the opinions of only a few". Single star users of the site usually reward products that do not meet expectations or do not meet the declared quality. Barbara Boxer proposed a bill to abolish the system in the wake of Trump's victory. Trump's base has reclaimed it as a positive term.

Clinton has spoken about many reasons why she believes she lost the election to Trump.

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