New York Times' Yamiche Alcindor: "Sources" "Still In Therapy" Because Clinton Lost

"From my perspective, I have a lot of experience and expertise and insight that I'm sharing with the world, and particularly with Democrats". Her most visible accomplishments were the frequent miles she traveled, and the number of countries visited, rather than any substantive achievement. "Unfortunately, the only person with enough time to read it is Hillary Clinton".

Finally, adopting a conspiratorial tone, she says: "I suppose this mini-rant guarantees that my book will receive a rip-her-to-shreds review in the Times, but history will agree that this coverage affected the outcome of the election".

She then accuses the Times of running "one of the single worst stories of the entire election" when it reported that the FBI saw no link between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.

To my mind, however, Clinton's greatest mistake in the race wasn't setting up the email server. "The boys are with Bernie". It's because she takes her adult political career back to her roots, to the formative days of her aspirational identity, her college days at Wellesley College when she evolved from a young Republican to an anti-war and civil rights advocate and delivered her now famous commencement address in 1969.

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She is also critical of Comey's July 2016 assertion that she acted in an "extremely careless" fashion. Since the paper endorsed her while covering the email scandal in a way that she deemed unsatisfactory, Clinton said that "To me, the paper's approach felt schizophrenic". "As a result, a lot of journalists see their job as exposing the devious machinations of the Clinton Machine".

The simple fact is that whether or not Clinton thought the email story was a legitimate one (she didn't), she should have been able to understand that voters she needed did think it was a real story and did have questions about why she did what she did.

Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonClinton 'convinced' of collusion by Trump associates in election Five memorable moments from Hillary Clinton's newest book Trump lawyers wanted Kushner to step down over Russia probe: report MORE in her new book pounds The New York Times for its coverage of her email controversy during the 2016 presidential campaign. She was wrong then and she's wrong now. But she still feels good about her campaign overall. These early Americans, Clinton writes, "came together, inspired by religious faith, civic virtue and common decency, to lend a hand to those in need and improve their communities".

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