538's Nate Silver Dings Media for Clinton Election Coverage

Frederick Owens
September 15, 2017

Perhaps the morning show host was trying to get back on Clinton's good side after she trashed him in the book, accusing him of an "ambush" interview a couple months before the election.

Clinton has always been blaming Comey for her defeat, but it is the first time that she has emphasized the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's role in the whole story in such terms. Congress hasn't taken meaningful action on either one.

Hillary Clinton has claimed young women didn't vote for her during the 2016 United States presidential election because of the men in their lives.

She said the same thing in 2000, when Democrat Al Gore lost the general election to George W. Bush, despite garnering more popular votes. "She spent big money but, in the end, had no game!" While almost 3 million more Americans cast a ballot for Clinton, Trump secured the Oval Office by capturing 304 electoral votes while Clinton only won 227 electoral votes, according to the Pew Research Center.

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In a second tweet, the president resurrected her campaign nickname. On November 6, 2016, Comey said in an official statement that a new batch of emails from Clinton's private server "have not changed [the FBI's] conclusion;" nevertheless, the damage was done. "You need to focus on health care, health care, health care".

Jonathan Karp, president of Simon & Schuster, said: "It seems highly unlikely that approximately 1,500 people read Hillary Clinton's book overnight and came to the stark conclusion that it is either brilliant or bad".

Right after the election, voters by a 48% to 35% margin said the results were more a vote against Clinton than a vote for Trump. And, you know, I really had to struggle. "Trump mentioned WikiLeaks 160 times in October. Why?..." Let us know in the comments (below)! "But when they step into the arena and say, 'Wait a minute, I think I could do the job, I would like to have that opportunity, ' their favorabilities goes down".

For now, the two faces of the election (and the major parties) remain stuck in 2016, assessing the high and low points from past year while continuing their mutual derision.

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