Hillary Clinton blames Bernie Sanders for 'lasting damage'

Hillary Clinton blames Bernie Sanders for 'lasting damage'

Other Democrats have openly questioned the wisdom of releasing a book that may further set back the party's endeavor to move forward after a historic defeat.

Hillary Clinton's promoters painted her as a woman of the people when they last month told Chicago Inc. that tickets to the Chicago stop of her upcoming book tour would start at just $45 - far less than she's charging fans in NY and other cities.

She accuses Sanders' supporters of "ugly" and "sexist" treatment. (The reopened probe ultimately found no wrongdoing.) Clinton also writes that she wonders what would have happened if then-President Barack Obama addressed the nation and warned citizens that "our democracy was under attack".

Sanders, who will turn 76 this week, has not said whether or not he will run in the 2020 race, but did say in July that "I am not taking it off the table". "Do you think he's gonna read this?"

Anyway, the campaign manager is featured in TIME's new Firsts video series profiling groundbreaking women, where she opened up about how she talked to her children about how she opposed but still "respected" the first female presidential nominee for a major party.

Modi rejigs team, Sitharaman gets Def, Goyal Railways
Two other new faces are Ashwini Kumar Choubey , a member of the Lok Sabha from Bihar, and Shiv Pratap Shukla from Uttar Pradesh. While Modi has focussed on governance, he has also taken care of the BJP's political considerations.

CNN has also published excerpts in which Mrs Clinton discusses her views on Bernie Sanders - the progressive Vermont senator who gained unexpected traction during the Democratic primary campaign thanks to strong grassroots support. "Looking back, that was a mistake", she continued. I take responsibility for all of them. 'I find this fairly remarkable, considering that Joe himself campaigned for me all over the Midwest and talked plenty about the middle class'. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

Her strategy seems to have worked with Trump.

Clinton likewise takes aim at James Comey, describing him as a "rash Federal Bureau of Investigation director". I know you love to intimidate women but you can't intimidate me. As Leah wrote earlier this morning, she's turned her cat claws on Sen. "She's doing harm to all of us because of her own selfishness". You nominated her. You gave everything you had to boost the one human being on Earth who could lose a presidential election to Donald Trump. He didn't want her to drag out the angry and prolonged campaign.

One of those attitudes, Clinton said, is the pressure society places on women - and not men - to be ideal.

Before their ultimate face-off on November 8, Trump accused Clinton of violating federal laws for using a private email server and using her political links to get away with the crime.

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