Hillary Clinton says she wants the Electoral College abolished


Clinton attempts to answer this question in a candid account of an election campaign that was marked by sexism, kooky theatrics, Russian interference and "a maddening inattention to serious issues". "From my perspective, I have a lot of experience and expertise and insight that I'm sharing with the world, and particularly with Democrats".

In the US, Amazon has deleted hundreds of one-star reviews of Hillary Clinton's new memoir, What Happened (S&S), reports Quartz. That was true in Michigan, too, where 50 percent of white women voted for Trump - not Clinton. They expressed their feelings loud and clear. "She spent big money but, in the end, had no game!" he said, harking back to Clinton's one-time characterisation of his supporters as a "basket of deplorables".

She also talks about her mistakes and shares her impressions of the election campaign against Trump.

Clinton's book, which focuses on her 2016 election loss to President Donald Trump, goes on sale today.

The cover, named "The First", was created by French artist Malika Favre.

"It should be one person, one vote", she said, both reflecting on the loss and looking forward. Speaking with Anderson Cooper, Clinton opened up about the pain she felt upon realizing she lost to her rival Donald Trump. "He had a message, and he's certainly carrying that through as we move into the fall with a very ambitious legislative agenda".

"I mean obviously more podcasts, more other ways of communicating so voices can be heard and real positions can be understood is part of it", she said. She seems pensive, as if thinking to herself 'what now?' The rest of us will have to wait until 10am on September 15 when the box office opens to the public.