Hillary Clinton says she takes “Personal Responsibility” for Election Loss… but it was Comey and Putin’s Fault!

On Tuesday failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton appeared at the Women for Women International Conference in New York City and finally told America what they have been waiting to hear.

She finally told us all that she was personally responsible for her recent campaign loss… but then she quickly followed up that pronouncement blaming Russia, WikiLeaks, and James Comey for her loss. Seriously, this woman cannot accept responsibility for anything… ever.

“I am writing a book, and it is a painful process reliving the campaign. I take absolute personal responsibility. I was the candidate. I was the person on the ballot. Russian WikiLeaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me but were scared off,” Clinton whined.

Clinton went on to complain that Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin “certainly interfered in our election…to hurt me and help my opponent,” she said, even though she has no evidence of this theory. “I’m back to being an active citizen, and part of the resistance,” Clinton crowed.

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