Hillary Clinton Acknowledges How Misogyny Played Role in Campaign Loss

Hillary Clinton with Barack Obama

Hillary Clinton with Barack Obama

Former FBI Director James Comey's "intervention" with a letter just 11 days before the election concerning her use of a private email server was the determining factor in who would win the 2016 presidential election, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in a wide-ranging interview Wednesday.

"I write in the book about an incredible conversation I had with Sheryl Sandberg, who has done so much work to untangle what it really is, what you have to do to be effective and what is tinged not to be determined as sexism".

"Over the years, going all the way back to the Whitewater inquisition, it's seemed as if many of those in charge of political coverage at the New York Times have viewed me with hostility and skepticism", she wrote. "I don't think that will surprise you". "So I think that in terms of my personal defeat was the most important factor".

"I was just dumbfounded".

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Clinton in her book said the email controversy put her on the defensive to the point she thought she "must be going insane".

She also listed Misogyny and sexism as a reason for her loss. He could've called me up.

Meanwhile, the White House weighed in Tuesday on Clinton's book, with Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders telling reporters that she's not sure whether the president plans to read the book since he's "pretty well-versed on what happened". Rather than taking accountability, as a captain honorably going down with their sinking ship (that was her campaign), she is blaming everyone else for her failure to obtain the presidency.

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"Today" co-host Matt Lauer asked Clinton if she made enough mistakes on her own to lose the election.

"The Times, as usual, played an outsize role in shaping coverage of my emails throughout the election", Clinton wrote in "What Happened", which was released Tuesday.

Clinton also admitted to poking fun at former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's habit of crating beloved Irish setter "Seamus" atop the family station wagon on road trips. "In the days that followed, some people thought I should fire Huma or 'distance myself.' Not a chance. I take responsibility for all of them", she writes in the book.

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