Hillary Clinton 'convinced' Trump team worked with Russian Federation in election meddling


Clinton also spoke about Russia's plan to influence the election, and brought up Trump associate Roger Stone's online mention that her campaign chair, John Podesta, would some have his time in 'the barrel, ' days before WikiLeaks released his emails.

"When it first started happening, it was so soon after the election", she said. Some had apologised for not doing more to prevent the Republican leader's victory. "The professionally successful a woman becomes, the less likable she is".

Lauer interrupted and told Clinton, "I think you said that the media made an absurd circus out of the campaign?" I was in service to our president.

"Matt, I can't say that".

Hillary Clinton said that the book delves into some personal questions as well, including questions about her marriage and criticism she has faced for staying married to Bill.

"When I was Secretary of State, I came out of it with a 69 percent approval rating, because I was in service to our country".

"In the past, for reasons I try to explain, I've often felt I had to be careful in public, like I was up on a wire without a net", Clinton writes in the introduction of the book.

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"You say there's so many coincidences, so many connections between people in the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, but you stopped short of saying this, and I'm asking you if you will", Lauer began. "And I should've done a better job of demonstrating, 'I get it'".

She also added that "I think he doesn't even understand the kind of strategic overview of what's happening in the world". He does not appear to be an evil person, just a self-centered publicity hound with no fixed ideological principles. "Enough is enough with the likability stuff".

"There's a lot of smoke and whether or not there's fire, we need to figure it out", she said.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State, at her book signing event at Barnes & Noble in Union Square in Manhattan.

Hillary goes on to say that even putting the question of collusion aside, it's clear Russian Federation wanted to influence the election. "He could have called me up. It might have been other stuff in there as well".

"But I'm not going to sulk or disappear". Clinton told NPR that America is in a grave danger; therefore efforts are being made towards engaging people so that they will pay attention.