CBS's Pauley Mourns With Hillary About Election Loss to Trump

CBS's Pauley Mourns With Hillary About Election Loss to Trump

However, she points to outsides factors that she said played a role in her loss, such as alleged Russian election meddling and the federal probe into her private email server. "I was just gobsmacked, wiped out".

Trump desperately wants to be taken seriously as a president, and Hillary Clinton's little jab struck the President square in the ego. It is customary that former first ladies - not vanquished presidential candidates - attend the ceremony.

Clinton said one of her biggest regrets was not speaking to the "resentment" of white voters.

That's when she gets to her "out of body" experience on the platform listening to Trump's first speech as Prez. which calls a "cry from the white nationalist gut".

Today's interview, conducted in Clinton's home outside New York City, showed the former nominee apparently still uncomfortable with what happened in last year's election - and admitting she was unprepared for the conditions in the United States that led to Trump's victory.

"It just stopped my momentum", Clinton said. And it raised the specter that, somehow, the investigation was being reopened.

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"Why do you think that word "deplorable" was circulating in your mind?" She also noted that she called then-President Obama because she felt she had "let everybody down".

Asked about her infamous "basket of deplorables" comment during the campaign, in which she said half of President Trump's supporters are "irredeemable", Clinton reiterated that thought.

It is important that Clinton brought up the Access Hollywood tape because America can't be allowed to normalize and forget about the fact that the man who is occupying the Oval Office bragged about sexually assaulting women. "I really struggled. I couldn't feel, I couldn't think".

"Look, Secretary Clinton ran against the most unpopular candidate in the history of this country and she lost and she was upset about it and I understand that", Sanders said on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. "It's real. It's reality for sure", she said.

Sunday's interview marked the first of a series of high-profile public appearances the former senator will embark on promoting her campaign memoir "What Happened", which is set to be released on Tuesday.

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