"The best thing she could do is disappear", a former Clinton fundraiser told The Hill.
Bernie Sanders, a politician who used much harsh rhetoric against her during the Democratic Party's presidential primary. "It was like, 'Oh my god, I shook Hillary Clinton's hand and I shook Bill Clinton's hand during that campaign, so seeing her in person was incredible".
Clinton arrived about an hour behind schedule - the book signing was supposed to kick off at 11 am.
The new book, which will be revealed on tour this week, follows Clinton as she embarks on a 15-week tour around the United States and Canada and explains why she thinks she lost the 2016 Election to the republicans.
"I talk about a conversation I had with Sheryl Sandberg, who has really helped to put into perspective a lot of research that supports common experiences".
But Clinton primarily blamed forces outside her campaign-including Sen. "It is to create the kind of nation we know we can become". He ends up in the Oval Office.
CLINTON: Matt, I can't say that. This is really tough. "The other side has dedicated propaganda channels", Clinton said, singling out Fox News, Breitbart and InfoWars. "Well, yeah, because it's not a show".
Clinton called her pricey Wall Street speeches "bad optics" and the scandal over her use of a private email server as secretary of state a "boneheaded mistake". Donald Trump, meanwhile, was "filled with emotion" in Todd's analysis, as Danielle Paquette noted at the Washington Post. "That's what this investigation is to determine", she said of the Mueller probe. Former President Barack Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden, former FBI James Comey and Trump are reportedly criticized in the book.
In her book, Clinton details her "stunned" reaction to learning about the Comey news on the campaign plane.
The survey was conducted Sunday to Monday and drew 1,000 responses, with a margin of error of plus/minus-3 percent.