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September 25 2017, 02:51 | Van Peters
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In her "Late Show" appearance in 2015, Colbert also asked Clinton whether she could picture Trump or Ben Carson - now the head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development - in "the office", an apparent reference to the Oval Office.
"In other words, we need her help going forward", Sanders said. Bernie Sanders on Thursday mocked rival Hillary Clinton's claim he borrowed her policy ideas.
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is encouraging her supporters to "fight with everything" they've got to defend the Obama-era program that stops illegal immigrants who came to the U.S.at a young age from being deported.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is shrugging off Hillary Clinton'saccusations that he damaged her 2016 presidential campaign, and allowed Donald Trump to win, by disrupting the Democratic Party. And many lined up with Sanders' call for Democrats to "look forward, not backward", as he toldThe Hill. Deftly dodging Colbert's attempts to get a rise out of him, Bernie did what Bernie does best, talking about universal healthcare, the minimum wage, infrastructure, criminal justice reform, free university tuition, and the one percent. "I think we helped transform politics in America".
Now, I do understand that such a shocking, humiliating loss must be hard to process.
As for saying something nice about the current President, he struggled but he got there eventually.
Americans also like her even less now than they did a year ago.
Clinton had been leading Trump throughout the campaign in most of the polls except for the last week of the election when shelost ground to Trump.
"I think it's fair to say that I didn't realize how quickly the ground was shifting under all our feet", Clinton wrote.
Other Congressional Democrats interviewed by Politico shared their disinterest in Clinton's tour in more coy and savage fashion.
Publisher: Uh... I'm sitting across from you at a large table. "I supported you. Bernie showed restraint & class & ran aspirational campaign". Excerpts from the book, which has yet to be released, suggest that Clinton (unsurprisingly) has no intention of accepting her own failures as candidate and will continue to blame just about everybody else for what happened.