Hillary Clinton Acknowledges How Misogyny Played Role in Campaign Loss

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Since the paper endorsed her while covering the email scandal in a way that she deemed unsatisfactory, Clinton said that "To me, the paper's approach felt schizophrenic".

The news was quickly leaked, and Comey only announced that no new relevant information had been turned up on November 6, two days before the election.

Clinton told hosts Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie Comey was the "determining factor" in her defeat.

Meanwhile, the White House weighed in Tuesday on Clinton's book, with Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders telling reporters that she's not sure whether the president plans to read the book since he's "pretty well-versed on what happened".

The interview comes a day after Clinton released "What Happened", which recounts the 2016 presidential campaign.

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"I was stunned, to be honest", she added.

Clinton said she recognizes that re-examining the ways she believes she was wronged by Comey during the election won't change things.

"Absolutely. But the role that he played historically was determinative".

She added, "He should not have been fired for Russian Federation".

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"When I was Secretary of State, I came out of that job with I think a 69 percent approval rating because I was in service to my country", Clinton said.

But she denied that she made enough mistakes herself to lose last year's election.

After mentioning the 'mistakes that I made, ' Clinton asked: 'What about endemic sexism and misogyny?

"If more third-party voters had listened to Bill Weld, Trump would not be President", Clinton wrote. What about the unprecedented action of the Federal Bureau of Investigation diretor? "And now this. 'This man is going to be the death of me, ' [Huma] said, bursting into tears".

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