Published: Sun, April 23, 2017
Local | By Dorothy Bennett

Hillary Clinton Apologized To Barack Obama Following Election Night Loss

Hillary Clinton Apologized To Barack Obama Following Election Night Loss

"POTUS doesn't think it's wise to drag this out", White House political director David Simas is reported as saying to Robby Mook, Clinton's campaign manager. It was written by two political journalists, Jonathan Allen, a former Politico White House bureau chief who is now the head of content at political news site Sidewire, and Amie Parnes, senior White House correspondent for The Hill.

Here are five of the biggest takeaways from the book. "Huma didn't talk to them". "Mr. President", Clinton said softly.

The book's apparent consensus is that Clinton "bears the blame for her defeat", due to self-inflicted wounds and running a campaign of constant infighting and disarray.

However, what is not included in the book, according to the Washington Post, is any delving into the possibility of Russian hacking into the election, and any repercussions it might have had on Clinton's campaign and the election. She was reportedly even deciding whether or not she should joke about it.

Ever since she came out of the woods ... "So she 'instructed a trusted aide to access the campaign's server and download the [email] messages sent and received by top staffers'". We'll never be rid of these people. MORE's handling of the scandal surrounding her use of a private server was "political malpractice", a new book reveals.

"Obama's legacy and her dreams of the Presidency lay shattered at Donald Trump's feet".

The former President felt that the British vote to leave the European Union had been a "harbinger for a kind of screw-it vote in the United States" that helped Mr Trump to victory.

Clinton must have winced again when, later, her husband, Bill Clinton, tried to console her by comparing her loss with "Brexit".

"But few thought Biden, who would turn seventy-four the month of the 2016 election, was the right person to represent Democrats in the campaign".

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"But you said they - that they did the same thing", I followed up. "Only it turned out that Hillary had said 'Bianna" - as in Bianna Golodryga of Yahoo News, the wife of former Clinton administration economic aide Peter Orszag. Her extraordinary career prepared her to be president, but not to understand ordinary Americans.

Then, there was another call from Obama.

The event was scheduled to be held in Florida in the home district of Rep.

US Democratic Senator Bernie Sanders called a slogan of his party's nominee for the 2016 presidential election "phony" on the campaign trail.

"Hillary genuinely likes Debbie". What we found in talking to sources was that people were so afraid of causing attention to problems, but there were voices inside Clintonworld and outside the campaign that were pointing to some of these problems. "The campaign does not like Debbie". After 11, President Obama called Clinton and urged her to concede. After that meeting, Podesta reportedly made his feelings about Wasserman Schultz clear.

Jake Sullivan, [Clinton's] chief strategist took the lead in defending the tone. Reluctantly she rose from her seat and took the phone. "That was my last race".

"This race is between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, not Donald Trump and Bill Clinton", Mook told CBS' Face the Nation.

Biden felt that loyally serving the President for eight years meant he deserved his support - but Obama did not do so. The book also describes how Clinton couldn't untangle herself from her past as a controversial insider politician, and she couldn't up with an effective platform to counter Donald Trump. But this time, it was Obama on the line.

According to the Journal's review by Barton Swaim, the book's authors suggest that this chaos resulted from "the fact that Mrs. Clinton didn't know why she wanted to be president".

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