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Yeah, Let's Get Rid of Electoral College — Hillary

Hillary Clinton opens up on why she lost in first live interview since election Lauer Asks Hillary: Do You Think Trump 'Stole the Election'?
Manuel Armenta | 17 Setiembre, 2017, 07:48

I'm supporting young grassroots groups that have sprung up to recruit candidates, train them, run them, fund them.

Created by French artist Malika Favre, the illustration is titled 'The First'. "I wish he was not engaging in a lot of the scapegoating and behavior in office that I think is bad for this county".

Among the polarized reviews (Amazon has been forced to delete a number of 1-star ratings from reviewers who'd apparently "violated community guidelines") one person who is not a fan is, wait for it, President Trump.

The US President started the late-night Twitter tirade, taking a break from numerous natural disasters plaguing the US right now apart from a rift in his own party.

"You didn't like that book, try this one - some good lessons in here about working together to solve problems". Barbara Boxer proposed a bill to abolish the system in the wake of Trump's victory.

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

With the release of Hillary Clinton's post-election memoir, "What Happened", people are regurgitating, reliving and relitigating the 2016 presidential election.

The next stop on Clinton's book tour is in Toronto, Canada, at the Enercare Centre on Sept. 28.

She added: "And then it became clear, this was not necessary".

Five minutes later, Trump went back on Twitter and said: 'The "deplorables" came back to haunt Hillary. Trump tweeted late on Wednesday evening.

"She made the observation that perhaps the Electoral College should be done away with because, you know, she won the popular vote", Doocy said. And contrary to what Trump says, she has also taken some personal responsibility for the loss. "He had a message, and he is certainly carrying that through as we move into the fall with a very ambitious legislative agenda".