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Hillary Clinton Says She Won't Run For Office Again

13 Septembre 2017

Hillary Clinton is convinced that President Donald Trump's associates colluded with Russian Federation during November's election, according to a report published Monday night.

And now, the former secretary of state has opened up on how she felt when she found out she'd lost the 2016 presidential election to Trump and what went wrong during her campaign.

Hundreds of fans clamoured for Clinton's autograph on Tuesday as she signed copies of her book "What Happened", a memoir about her failed attempt to win last year's United States presidential election.

Hillary Clinton on Tuesday warned that if President Donald Trump were "left to his own devices", he would take steps to emulate authoritarian leaders like Russian President Vladimir Putin.

"And there's no doubt in my mind that there are a tangle of financial relationships between Trump and his operation with Russian money".

"Because there's no doubt in my mind that Putin wanted me to lose and wanted Trump to win", she added.

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Mrs Clinton said she was "amused and surprised" by talk earlier this year that she was considering running for NY mayor. She confessed she was "gobsmacked" by her loss to Trump in the candid interview that aired Sunday.

Clinton also said Sunday that she will not pursue the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

She made a connection between Mr. Obama and what she called her biggest gaffe of the campaign: telling voters in Ohio, "We're going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business". Special Counsel Robert Mueller is spearheading the federal investigation.

She, however, blamed others, including Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont for tearing into her during the primary elections, and the mainstream media for superficial and sensationalist coverage, and - especially - into FBI Director, James Comey, for being involved in probes on her e-mails. The administration mentioned his handling of the email investigation in its justification but Trump also said he was thinking of Russian Federation at the time.

"In short, I thought I'd be a damn good President", she wrote in the book.

"Millions of white people, yeah", Clinton said. Clinton has largely stayed out of the public eye, but her memoir has thrust her back into the political spotlight. And when asked later, he goes, 'Well, it was too close to the election.' Now, help me make sense of that.