Hillary Clinton's election book titled 'What Happened'

Posted July 27, 2017

"This memoir is for the millions of Americans who want to understand what really happened in 2016, how to make sense of it, and how we all can keep going".

"What happened was that this was the first campaign that I can recall where my party did not talk about what it always stood for - and that was how to maintain a burgeoning middle class", Biden said during an appearance at the University of Pennsylvania. "I thought I was a great candidate". Clinton will also address the nitty-gritty of the campaign: the mistakes she made, the mistakes others made, and the insidious double standards that confront women in politics - especially when they're running for the highest office in America.

July 27, 2017In "What Happened", the former Democratic presidential nominee will discuss the roles of former FBI Director James Comey and Russian Federation in her loss to Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump quotes Fox News reporter in attack on "fake news" in Russian Federation probe Clinton's book title revealed Conway: This is the end of ObamaCare MORE, according to sources familiar with the book.

Former Vice President Joe Biden also criticized Clinton during a conference in May.

"Speaking of the Russian interference narrative, Hillary proclaimed, "We need to pull it out and put it in the bright light", Clinton stated when talking about the book".

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72 percent of say Trump won the Electoral College, compared to 14 percent who say Clinton did. Parnes notes that the former top diplomat won't entirely blame her loss on Comey and Putin.

In public remarks since last fall, the Democrat has cited Russian Federation as a factor in her defeat to her Republican opponent, along with a letter sent by then-FBI Director James Comey less than two weeks before the election.

Her upcoming memoir isn't the first political book to be called "What Happened".

"A report from the Federal Election Commission, compiled earlier this year from official state election results, credits Clinton with winning nearly 2.9 million more votes than Trump out of a total of almost 137 million votes cast". The views expressed in this article are those of just the author.