Hillary Clinton Crushes Trump's Fragile Ego With One Cutting Statement

Hillary Clinton Crushes Trump's Fragile Ego With One Cutting Statement

Hillary Clinton Crushes Trump's Fragile Ego With One Cutting Statement

In a CBS Sunday Morning interview with anchor Jane Pauley (Clinton taped the segment Friday at her NY home), Clinton looked back at the past 10 months and shared some inside perspective of the campaign against Donald Trump.

In an interview with CBS' Jane Pauley, her first on a tour for her new book, "What Happened", Clinton dismissed the idea that her comment, made at a September 9, 2016, campaign event, had an impact on the outcome of the election.

In her CBS interview, Clinton admitted the memories of her loss are still "very painful". He says, 'Boy, it's so much harder than I thought it would be.

"I am done with being a candidate".

"George told me that his neighborhood was outraged, that many of his hard-working, church-going, family-loving friends resented being called that name", Hessan wrote an op-ed reviewing her findings. "I take responsibility for all of them. I was just gobsmacked, wiped out".

"I am not done with politics because I literally believe that our country's future is at stake", Clinton said.

"I just felt this enormous let down, just kind of loss of feeling and direction and sadness", Ms Clinton said.

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She also explained why she called put many Trump supporters in what she called a "basket of deplorables", citing his lewd comments made on Access Hollywood. I think, Jane, that it was a mistake because a lot of people didn't want to hear my plans.

But Clinton didn't stop at excoriating her rivals - even former Vice President Joe Biden, a Clinton campaign surrogate, wasn't safe from criticism.

During the interview, which was taped Friday, Pauley inquired about what went wrong in Clinton's surprising defeat and what derailed the campaign that was "supposed to make history" by electing her the first female president of the United States.

"Bill [Clinton] just kept saying, 'Oh, you know, that was a terrific speech, ' trying to just bolster me a little bit".

"I relied on several tools, one of which was prayer, and I was lifted up and blessed by a lot of people who sent me prayers, sent me spiritual readings", Clinton said Thursday.

Ms Clinton said she believed Mr Trump had tapped into a "nostalgia" felt by his supporters.

A defiant Clinton cut in: "No, but they were already energized".

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