It's high time the Electoral College must be abolished — Clinton

Claudine Rigal
Septembre 17, 2017

Some waited in line for more than five hours to see her. "We all have to live with the consequences of our decisions". "A little bit like a "What now." moment".

On the morning of the 2016 election, I slipped on some of the only pants that accommodated my pregnant belly and a "Hillary" T-shirt. She claimed Comey was the chief orchestrator of her defeat. "But I just hope people will take what happened this time seriously and be ready and willing to vote the next time".

But that makes Clinton just another woman in a long string of suppressed voices.

On Wednesday, Anderson Cooper addressed such concerns to Clinton during an interview. He says that's a positive thing for both parties. "That's what this investigation is to determine". "They really responded to his racial and ethnic and sexist appeals".

She added it "made her sick" to hear Comey telling Congress he became "mildly nauseous" to know his Oct. 28 letter could have made a material impact on the Nov. 8 election. "When these triggers are activated, we suppress all non-Amazon Verified Purchase (AVP) reviews on the product". The rest of us will have to wait until 10am on September 15 when the box office opens to the public. Give me a break.

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Odds on President Donald Trump crossing the pond in 2018... It wasn't race or immigration.

The inability to articulate any flaws of her own is certainly a component in why she lost.

Trump, by contrast, had a message during the campaign, according to Sanders.

Ch-ch-check out the highlights from the informative interview (below)! The hosts of the popular liberal podcast - who served as aides in the Obama White House - dropped by Clinton's Chappaqua, NY, home the day before the release of her new book, What Happened, and what ensued was a surprisingly open sit-down.

"I would've won but for Jim Comey's letter", Clinton said.

Instead, the magazine ran an image by artist Bob Staake called "The Wall", alluding to Trump's campaign promises to dramatically curb immigration and build a wall along the U.S. -Mexico border.

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