Hillary Says She's 'Done With Being a Candidate'

Hillary Says She's 'Done With Being a Candidate'

Hillary Clinton has blamed a whole lot of people for losing the election. 'It was a very hard transition. Am I the person that people can trust in the end to make hard decisions? "I was grateful for the one billionth time that I had a husband who was good company not just in happy times but sad ones as well".

The latter was enacted-while DAPA was struck down in federal court-but President Donald Trump's administration announced Wednesday that the program would be nixed. "I knew that, but I believed that it was my responsibility to try to offer answers to it, not to fan it", she said, calling it a "mistake".

That's when she gets to her "out of body" experience on the platform listening to Trump's first speech as Prez. which calls a "cry from the white nationalist gut".

"She paints decent Americans, you, as racists", Trump told a crowd in Manchester, New Hampshire, after her speech.

After Ms Clinton lost, many were furious with her for what they deemed basic mistakes - her failure to visit the state of Wisconsin, for instance - and her failure to connect with younger voters.

Clinton mused on the Women's March in her new book "What Happened" due to be released on Tuesday. "I felt like I was in a straitjacket". "I am not done with politics because I literally believe that our country is at stake", she said. "There were a large number of people who didn't care".

"I felt like I had let everybody down", Clinton told CBS' Jane Pauley.

According to Clinton, another key failing of her campaign was her seeming lack of empathy towards the lingering resentment in the wake of the financial crisis of 2007 and 2008.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Clinton saved her most vehement invective for opponent Bernie Sanders, an Independent Senator from Vermont, whom she defeated in the 2016 Democratic Primary. "Millions of white people". You can blame the data, blame the message, blame anything you want - but I was the candidate. "But then, midnight, I decided, 'Well, looks like it's not gonna work.'" That was when she called Donald Trump to officially concede, followed by a call to then-President Barack Obama. Maybe even a crusade against dark money itself, without which more self-funded billionaires or already famous movies stars will step into the ring and win, and only if we're extremely lucky, bring along with them the smart, policymaking worker bees who do the real work behind the scenes-like Clinton herself.

'I was godsmacked, wiped out, ' she said.