Hillary Clinton claims Bernie Sanders' attacks on her led to Trump's victory

Hillary Clinton claims Bernie Sanders' attacks on her led to Trump's victory

"I think it's fair to say that I didn't realize how quickly the ground was shifting under all our feet", she writes, CNN reported, citing an early copy of the book. Along with criticizing Sanders, she admits mistakes of her own during the election season, writing: "I go back over my own shortcomings and the mistakes we made". "I was running a traditional presidential campaign with carefully thought-out policies and painstakingly built coalitions, while Trump was running a reality TV show that expertly and relentlessly stoked Americans' anger and resentment".

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These arguments about Sanders "may be in tension" says Vox, as Clinton is criticising him "both for advancing an unrealistic policy vision and for leveling personal attacks because there were no meaningful policy differences between them".

"Bernie Sanders' campaign was taken to task for causing "lasting damage" and "[paving] the way" for Donald Trump's portrayal of Clinton as crooked.

She also lamented the advice she received about how to deal with Sanders's attacks. "But he isn't a Democrat - that's not a smear, that's what he says", Clinton writes. "I know he must be enjoying everything that's happened instead".

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"I congratulated Trump and offered to do anything I could to make sure the transition was smooth", she wrote in "What Happened".

Speaking to The Hill, Sanders insisted he is not interested in relitigating the 2016 Democratic primary or "playing the blame game", particularly given the significance of the issues facing the United States in the present moment.

Clinton questions whether a stronger response from President Barack Obama to reports of Russian meddling in the election might have made a difference.

The release of the book marks Clinton's first significant foray back into the public spotlight after she kept a low profile following the election.