|Hillary Clinton thought of tagging Donald J. Trump as a creep on the campaign trail. She backed off because she believed he was digging his own grave.|
You should have said something.
Former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton writes a book called What Happened. The book is slated to be released in September and it's going to be look back at her failed attempt at being the president.
Fresh off the bat, she said that Donald J. Trump is a "creep."
I was surprised that Trump won the election. Even after the Access Hollywood tape and rhetoric on the campaign trail. It didn't stop him from carrying the needed electoral votes.
Now as the leader of this country, Trump is very unpopular and he continues to blame everyone but himself for the gridlock looming in Washington. When he and Congress return back to work, he vows a government shutdown if the Congress refuse to pass a budget to fund the border wall and the full repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
If the election was a redo, Clinton would have won. But since there's no redoes, we have to deal with Trump for the next four or eight years.
A tell all book often comes a year after a losing candidate donates their campaign stuff to the African Union nations and the Washed Up Presidential Candidates Museum in Norton, Kansas.
Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney, John McCain, and Al Gore have a place in the Washed Up Presidential Candidates Museum.
Clinton decides to dust off that old keyboard of her computer to write a book. Her book will be a reminder to future candidates that 'being the pick" doesn't mean you're the winner.
Clinton details her quest to be the first woman to be on a major party ticket. Her frustration with the Democratic Party's ineptness when it came to grassroots campaigning. Her frustration with Bernie Sanders spreading falsehoods about her. Russia running a smear campaign against her. Of course, the easy ride that Trump got because he was a "shiny coin" and "ratings draw."
Also her anger at Trump to bring in Bill Clinton accusers at the debate.
Morning Joe details the book excerpts.
The book detailed how she felt when Trump was coming around her.
"Now we were on a small stage and no matter where I walked, he followed me closely, staring at me, making faces," Clinton said.
She thought she could hit the pause button and ask everyone in the audience, "what would you do?"
"Do you say calm, keep smiling and carry-on as if he weren't repeatedly invading your space? Or do you turn, look him in the eye and say loudly and clearly, 'Back up you creep, get away from me!' I know you love to intimidate women, but you can't intimidate me, so back up."
She said that Trump made her skin crawled.
"It was incredibly uncomfortable he was literally breathing down my neck," said Clinton.
In the intro to the book, she stated that writing this book was one of the most uncomfortable things she's done. She outlines why she felt that she let Americans down. She believed that Americans in the rust belt were her downfall. She felt that the so-called Democratic Blue Wall was a junk food media driven narrative. She lost Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.
She vows to oppose Trump and Mike Pence.
"Writing this wasn't easy. Every day that I was a candidate for president I knew that millions of people were counting on me and I couldn't bear the idea of letting down. But I did. I couldn't get the job done. And I'll have to live with that for the rest of my life," Clinton said.