Hillary Clinton still in denial about why she lost the presidential election

An overwhelming majority of the bystanders Pirro surveyed said Clinton should "stay in the woods". She has also been meeting with donors in Washington and New York City, and working with close aides to evaluate groups in the fore-front of the so-called "resistance" that could benefit from outside funding. "If the election had been on October 27, I would be your president", she said, while also putting responsibility for her loss on her own actions.

"But she won three million more votes than Donald Trump did", Sunny Hostin jumped in.

If Democrats fully understand the reasons Sanders would have defeated Trump in 2016, then in 2018 and 2020, Democrats will elect candidates who will enable Trump to benefit from the single-payer healthcare system that his successor will propose and help enact into law.

But Bila argued that elections aren't won by the popular vote and Clinton is a "seasoned politician" who knew "those states she skipped out on, the states she didn't go to, cost her the election".

This is not a point the defeated presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, can accept.

The conversation was sparked after Clinton said Tuesday that she would be president today if it weren't for Jim Comey's letter and "Russian Wikileaks".

Sources familiar with ongoing plans said the new group will be named Onward Together.

It later emerged that Nunes, a close Trump ally, obtained the information at the White House, after the Republican president pushed back against suspicions that Russian Federation boosted his campaign by making the unsubstantiated accusation that former President Barack Obama had ordered a wiretap of Trump Tower in NY. Clinton's concessions to errors of judgment are generally minor: there is always some greater, sabotaging cause she feels far more blameworthy.

In her imaginary world of victimhood, Clinton now wants to galvanize opposition to Donald Trump. "Millions of Americans will lose coverage". "FBI director Comey was the best thing that ever happened to Hillary Clinton in that he gave her a free pass for many bad deeds!" At other events she has heralded the work of small organizations that have grown in response to Trump.

"Every time I see her do an interview, I'm waiting for a moment where she just doesn't blame anyone but herself and acknowledges why they lost", Bila said.

While news of the new PAC certainly seems to have energized some of Clinton's supporters.

  • Salvatore Jensen