Hillary Clinton is once again preparing to tour North America, but this time it’s to plug her new autobiography, ‘What Happened’. In the introduction, she claims to ‘let her guard down’ after being criticised throughout the election campaign for appearing too polished.
It is is said to be described as a revealing look at her thoughts and feelings during the 2016 presidential campaign and it seems no one is spared.
“She is certainly unsparing in her criticism of Donald Trump who she says is unfit for office, like she said during the campaign a year ago. And says what she has seen so far his term has only born that out,” said Associated Press reporter, Jonathan Lemire.
Clinton goes on to slam James Comey, the former FBI Director who reopened an investigation into her within weeks of the election. She said that all of the theories why she lost the vote need “to be bested against the evidence that I was winning until October 28, when Jim Comey injected emails back into the election.”
The book also draws attention to the alleged roles of former President Barack Obama and ‘rival for the Democratic nomination, Bernie Sanders, for Clinton’s loss.
Some among her fellow Democrats are said to be worried about her return to the spotlight and say the party should be coming together, rather than re-hashing the bitter events of last year.