Hillary Clinton calls for end to Electoral College

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The former secretary of state will be joining the ranks of the London Literature Festival to promote her memoir What Happened, which came out a couple of days ago. She claims she was running a traditional campaign and didn't realize the political landscape had shifted.

'If you didn't like that book, try this one - some good lessons in here about working together to solve problems.

She did give her reaction to the new revelation that Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., having a meeting during the campaign with people associated with Russia in which he was promised dirt on Clinton. "She lost the election, but she's still writing this book and she's still here". Clinton went on to criticize Trump's Twitter insults of our crucial allies and the "reality TV show campaign" he ran, as well as how his campaign was covered by the press. "But it's important that we understand what really happened", she adds.

Over at Vox, Ezra Klein has an interview with Hillary Clinton about the 2016 election.

"There is so much to be determined here. It was beyond any doubt in June".

Hilary Clinton at her book signing in New York.

"So, no absolution", Clinton added.

"Readers are left in absolutely no doubt who's to blame, and it's most definitely NOT Hillary Rodham Clinton", he said.

The failed Democratic presidential candidate sat with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Wednesday and talked about the new relaxation methods she's picked up since the stunning defeat.

The latter party should be taken with a large grain of salt, though: Trump used Comey's handling of the Clinton email investigation as an excuse to fire him.

"We loved to see our crowds singing along to the music. But when I stand up and say, 'Now I'd like a chance to lead, ' everything changes".

Oh, I don't buy that at all. "Comey needs to come back", Graham said. "It let 'em know it was time for women to be recognized and be involved in public life".

"I was going make my decision. "People are tired. Some are traumatized" and others want to keep the focus on the investigation into Russia's election interference", she writes.

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