As we grapple with the resurrection of Clinton fever now that her reduced-price tell-all has hit the shelves, Hillary has yet another announcement: she thinks Trump's people colluded with the Russians to kill her presidential bid.
Yesterday's edition of CBS Sunday Morning ran the first extended televised interview with Clinton since the 2016 election. "I don't think that will surprise you". "Which I think is a fair question", she said. I just know. So, was there collusion? "And I should have me take much better to make them understand that I understood", she acknowledged.
Trump has also repeatedly revived the bitter rhetoric from the campaign, such as using Clinton's email scandal to try to distract from the ongoing investigation into his campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation. But at other times, it descends into the sort of score settling that is meant to immunise her from blame.
Clinton has talked before about how she got through Trump's victory, saying during her Wellesley College commencement speech, "I won't lie, chardonnay helped a little, too".
Clinton argued that Putin was specifically mad at her because of NATO's expansion towards the east under the presidency of Bill Clinton and the role she played as USA secretary of state in encouraging protests against the Russian president in 2011. Clinton has largely stayed out of the public eye, but her memoir has thrust her back into the political spotlight.
She consumed plenty of white wine.
"Maybe it's because I'm a woman, and we're not used to women running for President".
She also served eight years representing NY in the Senate, and eight years as USA first lady.
Clinton also criticized Trump's address at his inauguration, which she attended in January out of what she deemed a sense of duty, as a speech that spoke to the anger of some white voters. What Happened is being released Tuesday, September 12.