• James F.
    09/14/2017 10:32


  • Tony L.
    09/14/2017 11:33

    I wonder how many of them actually read the book

  • J.m. N.
    09/14/2017 11:45

    What happened? She choked worse than the Falcons in the Super Bowl

  • Brandon H.
    09/14/2017 12:14

    What happened? A. You be littled over half the country. You felt you deserved it, you have kept swapping back n forth on your views ( due to whoever was paying you the most ). You proved that you will lie to the American people, and not care if your caught or not. And you didn't care bout all Americans just the ones brain dead enough to vote for you. Think that's sums 90% of the reasons.

  • Sean S.
    09/14/2017 12:32

    Introducing the first book to have the question and answer on the cover

  • Keith C.
    09/14/2017 13:34

    Trump doesn't read, he has immigrants yell the words at him in a 3rd grade manner.

  • Jeremy K.
    09/14/2017 14:24

    Maybe they should read the book? The audio version is lovely. You can hear her frustration over Comey's letter and how she should've defended herself more against Trump. She acknowledges the election is a lot bigger than her, and defines a path forward for other candidates to avoid the same mistakes she did.

  • Walid A.
    09/14/2017 14:38

    Does anyone else find it completely ridiculous that she was using the "I'm qualified" approach against the most unqualified presidential candidate in US history? Then she points the finger at Sanders after her obviously flawed tactics didn't work. What an f'ing saboteur

  • Seneca A.
    09/14/2017 14:46

    I agree with Hillary Clinton look I voted for Berine Sanders in the primary democrats. I did research on Berine Sanders primarily run against Hillary Clinton 2016. I did research of Hillary Clinton primarily against Obama in 2008. When Hillary Clinton knew she wasn't going to beat Obama she quickly step down and endorsed him June 7 2008. Berine Sander continued a month after being down a 1000 elective votes no

  • Alaira B.
    09/14/2017 14:56

    Never seen so many people triggered over a book

  • Corey W.
    09/14/2017 15:15

    Progressives didn't like her because she was a strong advocate for the prison industrial complex. She was ambiguous on fracking. She was opposed to universal healthcare. She was a warhawk that was onboard with every interventionist war that had been proposed since George W Bush was in office. She supported the TPP. She was slow to support the LGBTQ community. I personally hated her stance on gun control and I'm certain I'm not alone even amongst progressives. She had financial ties to the pharmaceutical industry, Wallstreet banks, and the fossil fuel industry. Despite all of these issues that progressive voters care deeply about, she was more than happy to just call us sexist utopianist "Bernie Bros" and write it off on that. It was inconceivable that we wouldn't vote for her on the basis of her track record and platform. She literally had every advantage during her campaign and it was revealed just a few weeks ago in a lawsuit filed against the DNC that she and Debbie Wasserman Schultz in collusion with the Democratic establishment and the media, were tipping the scales in every way they could to support her during the primary and keep Bernie lagging behind. It was fairly obvious to us what was going on, and when Hillary became the Democratic nominee, many of us refused to vote for her simply because we could not validate the way the DNC conducted their primary. You cannot run an election and just pick your candidate anyways, and if we normalized that we'd be in dire straights. Then later on, during the presidential election, we felt as though we were being blackmailed. "If you don't vote for this terribly corrupt candidate who stands opposed to your most treasured values, Trump will win, and he will be even worse on the issues you care about. We cheated you out of your chance to have someone who will actually represent you and now we need you to fall in line, or else...". My logic was thus. Trump is a nightmare. By all indications he was going to be a president of the Billionaires, for the Billionaires. We would be constantly bombarded with attacks on the most foundational of our values and the most sacred of our institutions. That said though, I also knew that everyone would know he was doing it. He was so unpopular and Trump bashing had pretty much become a hobby of politicians and the media alike. The curtain would be wide open so we could see everything that moronic orange shitstain was monkeying with without a filter. Hillary in contrast, was an artful politician. She had powerful friends that would make sure the whistle blowing was minimal and the legislation would be crafted with such subtlety that most Americans wouldn't even know they had been sold down the river until a decade later, just as her husband had tipped the first Domino on the 2008 housing market crash by deregulating Wallstreet. It wasn't an unforseen event. It was as predictable as clockwork and it would make those who financed his campaign very very rich. There were people tasked with watching what the markets were up to who were blowing whistles as early as the late 90's. To this day, the only thing most Americans criticize Bill Clinton for is a blowjob in the oval office. Hillary would have been the same. A poisonous presidency who's venom wouldn't get to work against the American public until she was long gone. The Trans-Pacific Partnership was the same kind of deal. It would be slow to get started, but once in place it would have made governments answerable to a panel of attorneys that represented corporate interests whenever they tried to pass legislation that threatened their profit margin. Want to raise the minimum wage? The government will be fined for lost profits. Want universal healthcare? The Pharmaceutical companies and Insurance companies will sue the government for lost revenue. If we thought it was hard to get legislation that helped lower and middle class Americans now, it would have become impossible under the TTP. That was on the drawing board during the 2016 elections and Hillary was one of it's architects, though she naturally later claimed that despite being in favor of it earlier ("This is the Gold Standard of trade agreements"), she was now against it. While Republican voters despised her for Bengazi and the E-mail fiasco and taking their guns and "just bein' a bitch", there were many many more practical far reaching reasons that progressives would even allow a Trump presidency over Hillary, and it wasn't just because she was a woman or that we were all butt-hurt over Bernie losing and were a bunch of pouting whining Millennials/Liberals/(Insert throw-away token political label here). We dodged a major bullet with her. Now we just need to sedate Trump with a 2018 midterm that gets some more opponents to his agenda in the Senate and hold our breath for a 2020 bid for a president that is not actually a self-helping corporate stooge.

  • Pulkit S.
    09/14/2017 15:29

    Backstabbing pos

  • Jan C.
    09/14/2017 16:02

    she is still complaining

  • Chris W.
    09/14/2017 16:39

    She just blames everyone else but herself for losing the election against the most inept canidate ever.

  • Abby G.
    09/14/2017 17:09

    honestly this makes me so mad at Bernie.... sexism and misogyny is real pal and she shouldn't be told it's silly or to "move on"

  • Abby G.
    09/14/2017 17:30

    Bernie was supposed to be better than this...

  • Lynne N.
    09/14/2017 17:38

    Just goes to show it takes Russia, Facebook, Nazis and James Comey to fakely win a Presidential election - cause she really won..... Let her tell her story cause who else has done what she has, other than Ginger Rogers ..:)

  • Jackie M.
    09/14/2017 17:47

    While I think she should move on, I do think she has every right talk about it since our current president still talks about his win and claims that there were several million votes that were false.

  • Cheryel C.
    09/14/2017 19:05

    Why did you read it? Moron

  • Cheryel C.
    09/14/2017 19:06

    Dt can't read, anyway. He will have Kellyann Conway read it to him.