Hillary Clinton believes that she can make up for her loss in the 2016 presidential election by doubling down, and driving the Russian interference narrative home, through the release of her new book.
Clinton's previous works include the 2003 memoir "Living History", published while she was a US senator from NY, and a book about her years as secretary of state, "Hard Choices", which came out in 2014 as she prepared to launch her presidential candidacy.
According to a press release, Clinton's memoir will chronicle mistakes in her campaign and the "devastating" loss to President Donald Trump.
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Guests at the hospital have also been harassed and discomforted while visiting their children, MacLeod said. Charlie suffers from the rare genetic condition, which causes progressive muscle weakness and brain damage.
She told the Women in the World Summit in April that she will likely never run for elected office again.
"She really believes that's why she lost, and she wants to explain why in no uncertain terms", the ally said. "But then the Comey letter coming as it did - just 10 days before the election - really raised questions in a lot of people".
Privately, Clinton has told friends and longtime associates that she "wants the whole story out there" as she rushes to tweak and put the finishing touches on the book due out in September.
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In the statement, the US offered its condolences to the families of the security forces who were killed. It's believed all the dead are military or police personnel, he said.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said this week that she should not blame anyone but herself and poor messaging.
"'In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally, ' Trump tweeted".
In March, the former senator and secretary of state accepted an award for her work advocating for women. After all, there are multiple Democrats up for reelection in states won by Trump and virtually ignored by Clinton.
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Officials said the fire was burning in an area littered with dead trees, killed by bark beetles and years of drought. The cause of the fire has not been determined. "This fire has really devastated the area, business is just flat".
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