Clinton takes blame in upcoming book but responds to critics

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"Magic abs!" she added.

Clinton also wrote that President Barack Obama counselled her to "grit my teeth and lay off Bernie as much as I could", according to the excerpts. Politics is rough sometimes'.

"There is a collective groan whenever there's another news cycle about this", Rep. Jared Huffman (D., Calif.) said.

In this sense, perhaps Sanders has a point when he says all parties might benefit from looking forward instead of dwelling on the past.

"I read everything I could get my hands on", she writes in the book.

Yet, CNN's Brianna Keilar aptly noted that Clinton is complaining about things that were in her realm of control.

Figures suggested 44 percent held positive thoughts about former Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, with former President George W. Bush maintaining 45 percent approval rating. Searching for answers, Clinton steadfastly insists that the woman who has spent decades persevering in a harsh spotlight won't be embittered by a final humiliating blow.

You may recall that it took many weeks for her to admit that it was even a mistake.

The Clintons have earned $23 million from prior books not including this one, Forbes reported.

Mainstream media agreed with Clinton, panning Lauer's performance. Intrepid in NY last September.

In describing her scrutinized marriage to the 42nd president, Clinton reveals deep resentments at the rumors and innuendo that have colored public speculation about the partnership since the late 1990s.

"He didn't get into the race to make sure a Democrat won the White House", she charged, "he got in to disrupt the Democratic Party". "My team kept reminding me that we didn't want to alienate Bernie's supporters", she grumbled.

Clinton likewise takes aim at James Comey, describing him as a "rash Federal Bureau of Investigation director".

She wrote that she thinks sexism was also clearly at play and a crucial part of her defeat.

Clinton also takes a shot at another potential Democratic 2020 nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden, who deferred to her, helping hand her the nomination after she beat back a far weaker Sanders.

Clinton goes back over her shortcomings and mistakes, taking full 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". "At the same time, I tried to explain to them that you could be excited for someone with whom you disagree, and share in that moment in history as a proud American".

"I drank my share of chardonnay". Her column,"You Do Uterus", runs every Thursday. You're the puppet, ' " Trump told her during one October debate.