The critically panned tell-all What Happened by Hillary Clinton isn’t only making American voters cringe in embarrassment, according to sources close to the former First Lady.
After her deafening defeat at the hands of Donald Trump back in November, Hillary Clinton did what any sore loser would do: Run away to her mansion in the woods, after drunkenly attacking her campaign manager and refusing to concede the election, and then began a campaign of finger-pointing and name-calling intended to shirk her own responsibility for the loss.
When Hillary finally emerged from her Chappaqua seclusion, she immediately attempted to take on a role within the loose-knit liberal “resistance” to President Trump – a move that was met with a collective eye-roll from the throngs of liberal lunatics who hoped that the former Secretary of State would never again see the light of day. After that failure, Clinton took to penning her anger and blame into a leftist manifesto entitled What Happened, where she slammed democratic superiors such as Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden in an attempt to issue blame for her embarrassing defeat.
As it turns out, Hillary’s book was such an incredible botch job that her husband, former President Bill Clinton, tossed his copy of the manuscript into the trash.
“Bill Clinton is reportedly not a fan of his wife’s new book, ‘What Happened.’
“Author Ed Klein, who has written copiously about the Clintons, revealed that according to a close family friend of the Clintons, Bill even threw his copy in the trash.
“’Before Hillary sent the manuscript to her publisher, she gave it to Bill to read, and he made major changes with a red pencil,’ the friend said. ‘But she refused to even read his corrections, and he got so furious that he tossed the entire manuscript into the garbage.’
“’He told her the book made her look bewildered, angry and confused, and that those were poor qualities in a person who aspired to be a world leader,’ they continued.”
It’s not often that we at Constitution.com agree with Bill Clinton, but in this case, we must be willing to give credit where credit is due.
Hillary’s hodgepodge of excuses for her doomed presidential campaign have continued to slither their way out of her mouth in near-constant fashion over the course of the last 11 months. Americans had hoped that penning this somber tome would relinquish Hillary’s apparent need to speak on the subject, sparing us all the embarrassing rehashing that the former First Lady has obsessed over in recent months.
Unfortunately, that has not been the case. Instead, we could take a bit of advice from Bubba and just toss the heap of excuses into the trash.