Hillary Clinton says she wants the Electoral College abolished

Hillary Clinton 2016 Democratic presidential nominee right and U.S. President Barack Obama wave to the crowd during a campaign event in Philadelphia Pennsylvania U.S. on Monday Nov. 7 2016

You don't like that she's coming to your city.

A Barnes & Noble spokesman said the store sold 1,200 copies of the book related to Tuesday's appearance.

She added it "made her sick" to hear Comey telling Congress he became "mildly nauseous" to know his Oct. 28 letter could have made a material impact on the Nov. 8 election.

Organizer say Clinton will talk about her thoughts on the 2016 presidential campaign.

"The linguist George Lakoff both identified this problem and embodied it when he said about Senator Elizabeth Warren, 'Elizabeth has a problem".

Hundreds of one-star reviews of What Happened were reportedly removed for "violating community standards" this week, leading critics to cry foul about the retailer's censorship.

Even after months from elections, US President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate in 2016 election, Hillary Clinton cannot make their piece.

"It should be one person, one vote", she said, both reflecting on the loss and looking forward. "It stopped my momentum". And contrary to what Trump says, she has also taken some personal responsibility for the loss. "He had a message, and he's certainly carrying that through as we move into the fall with a very ambitious legislative agenda".

"Hillary Clinton's book 'What Happened' came out today, and I heard that it's almost 500 pages long".

"I heard that Hillary will actually be signing books at a Costco in Connecticut".

"When we first received the results of the election, we felt as though we had hit a brick wall, full force", The New Yorker's art editor, Françoise Mouly, wrote to describe the cover. That's when they got a surprise: fresh, piping hot pizza from famed New York pizzeria Joe's Pizza, signed: "From the Secretary".

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