As for the real book, the former secretary of state says she'll be opening up about where she went wrong on the campaign trail. "She wants the whole story out there from her own perspective".
The ally said the book of personal essays will be a "bombshell".
In the book, the authors describe how the campaign ignored the advice of Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton, to reach out to communities that weren't already on board with Hillary Clinton's policies. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) argues, "When you lose to somebody who has 40 percent popularity, you don't blame other things - Comey, Russia - you blame yourself". "I thought I was a great candidate". Clinton Won the popular vote with over 65 million votes, but lost in the Electoral College, 304 to 227.More news: Samsung's profit may top Apple's for the first time ever
"The bottom line is we are exhausted of passively letting people make accusations to overcrowd our agenda and they ought to respond to claims we know exist about their misconduct", Biggs said in an interview, referring to Clinton and other Democrats targeted in the amendment, including Susan Rice, former President Barack Obama's national security adviser.
Clinton previously blamed Russia's role as one of the reasons for her surprising loss, telling an audience during a talk in NY in April that she also thought misogyny, Wikileaks and former FBI Director James Comey's letter about looking into her emails related to the FBI investigation into her use of a private email server while Secretary of State.More news: Carmelo Anthony Trade Rumors: Oklahoma City Thunder A Potential Landing Spot?
In March, the former senator and secretary of state accepted an award for her work advocating for women.
Her upcoming memoir isn't the first political book to be called "What Happened". Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election to Republican candidate Donald Trump.
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