Published: Thu, December 05, 2019

Hillary Clinton Continues to Blame Everyone But Herself for 2016 Loss

Hillary Clinton Continues to Blame Everyone But Herself for 2016 Loss

Asked by Stern to respond to critics who blame Hillary's loss on her failure to seriously campaign in crucial midwestern states such as MI and Wisconsin, both of which Trump won narrowly, the failed candidate rejected the suggestion that her actions played a meaningful role in the race's outcome.

Sen. Lindsey Graham speaks at the First in the Nation Republican Leadership Summit April 18, 2015 in Nashua, New Hampshire.

The former secretary of state told Stern Show host Howard Stern on Wednesday that she didn't know "what happened" to the senator, but remarked that she had found him "funny" in the past and noted he had written a short profile of her for TIME magazine. "And probably wouldn't be at Hamptons polo matches and parties". After Trump gave his speech, Clinton said Bush turned to her and said, "Well, that was some weird s**t".

The Hill reported on Hannity's comments. He went straight to the juggernaut to ask about how blindsided she was about the 2016 election.

She called Trump's speech "bizarre" and said, "That's when I got really anxious..."


In addition to affirming her heterosexuality, Clinton said she thinks it is a "fair question" to ask if Graham, who quickly flipped from Trump critic to Trump fanatic, has "sold his soul to the devil".

"I saw him as somebody had been working to try to figure out what he believed and try to do things", the Clinton said. "I'm anxious about it, but I'm going to do everything I can, as I told him".

"I don't think I've ever tried harder to get a guest than I did with Hillary Clinton in the run-up to the 2016 election", he wrote. "I was watching you more than I was watching Trump". She added, "I was dying".

Clinton's radio interview has, unfortunately, restarted some speculation about her 2020 plans. The former senator from NY claimed she has been "deluged" with pleas to run again.

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