I Would Have Won If Not for Comey — Hillary Clinton

I Would Have Won If Not for Comey — Hillary Clinton

Now The New Yorker magazine has revealed the cover it had ready to go if Clinton had defeated Donald Trump.

All this for a book that tries to explain away her deception, her gross mishandling, her carelessness, and her illegal activities, not to mention her sketchy and questionable credibility. "And he said, 'Well, because it was too close to an election.' So ask yourself, a closed investigation that ended the prior July, an ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia, one deserves to be blown out of all proportion, nothing to be found one more time, and the American people don't have the information that there's a legitimate investigation going on about Trump and Russia before they vote".

The book chronicles her stunning loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election and her disgust with his "divisive" campaign.

"Today" co-host Matt Lauer asked Clinton if she made enough mistakes on her own to lose the election. "And I think that that's a sad way for her to continue". "But for that intervention I would've won".

Her book has already attracted the attention of the White House. "We have addressed this with Jemele and she recognizes her actions were inappropriate".

Amazon is getting flak for policing the reviews posted on its page for Hillary Clinton's new book, which went on sale this week. Those who opt for the VIP experience must be at the venue by 6:45 p.m., with the photo and receiving line starting at 7 p.m. sharp.

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Trump later fired Comey.

Jonathan Karp, president of Simon & Schuster, said: "It seems highly unlikely that approximately 1,500 people read Hillary Clinton's book overnight and came to the stark conclusion that it is either brilliant or awful". The investigation is closed.

"When we first received the results of the election, we felt as though we had hit a brick wall, full force", The New Yorker's art editor, Françoise Mouly, wrote to describe the cover.

And, so, I found it frustrating, obviously, because I think I could have defended and lifted up a lot of what I believe we could do.

VIP ticket packages are being offered for anywhere from $372 to $597, with the most expensive ticket including a front-row seat with a souvenir laminate, a signed first-edition copy of Clinton's new book and a pre-event photo op and formal meet and greet.