Hillary Clinton says she wants the Electoral College abolished

Hillary Clinton is honored at a Children's Defense Fund event for her contributions and dedication to child advocacy at the Newseum in Washington D.C

Hillary Clinton opens up on why she lost in first live interview since election

CNN's Anderson Cooper asked Hillary Clinton if her continuing presence will hinder and block out new voices in the Democratic party.

Clinton will reveal her reaction to the headlines and happenings throughout the campaign, from her relationship to then-candidate Donald Trump to how she has moved on after the electoral loss. She also repeatedly criticizes Trump for his behavior during the 2016, at one point describing him as a "creep" who made her skin crawl during the second presidential debate.

Hillary Clinton recently wrote a book. But that is harder to quantify; in fact, in the rustbelt states where she is thought to have lost the election, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, she polled well on economic issues. She spent big money but, in the end, had no game!

Also titled It Takes a Village, that book is about raising children and her vision for how to make the lives of children better.

Clinton's book is at times corny, at times cutting; she meanders, and she reflects; she lays plenty of blame and says plenty of thanks.

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"There is no absolution for those who didn't vote".

"Crooked Hillary Clinton blames everybody (and every thing) but herself for her election loss", he tweeted. Clinton mentions five hair and makeup people: "Isabelle is French and full of positivity; she doesn't walk so much as bop".

"I would highly recommend it", the former secretary of state replied. However, Clinton won the popular vote by 3 million. Another such example was claiming attacks by Bernie Sanders caused lasting damage to her campaign.

"There's a lot of smoke, and whether or not there's fire, we need to figure it out", she said.

"He should have been disciplined for the way he behaved on the e-mail investigation", Clinton said, adding it was "not for me to say" whether Comey should have been fired.

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