Washington Post: Hillary Clinton adds misogyny — and more — to the list of things she blames for her 2016 loss
Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that she takes "absolute personal responsibility" for her 2016 loss. But she doesn't, really.
Clinton suggested in an interview at a "Women for Women" event in New York that her forthcoming book would include plenty about how misogyny contributed to her loss, adding it to the blame she has assigned to FBI Director James Comey and Russian hacking. And by the end of the interview, she also blamed the debate questions she was asked.
The total picture was of a candidate only adding to the things she blames for her loss rather than truly looking inward. She acknowledged her own flaws, yes, but she also seemed to suggest they were rather inconsequential and at one point appeared to sarcastically dismiss the magnitude of them.
Asked whether misogyny played a role, Clinton said with a wry smile: “The book’s coming out in the fall.”
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WNU Editor: I am surprised that she is still getting news coverage .... I guess she still has her fans. FBI Director Comey and Wikileaks did damage her chances of winning the election .... just as the overwhelmingly negative media coverage of Donald Trump damaged his. But how one overcomes negative news coverage during an election says a lot about the candidate .... and their supporters. In the case of Hillary Clinton .... the reason why she lost is simple .... she fell short.
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