Who stole Hillary's cheese: Putin, Comey or Huma? (Washington Diary)

Hillary Clinton's explanation for why she lost the election sparked an intense debate on "The View" Wednesday morning.

An overwhelming majority of the bystanders Pirro surveyed said Clinton should "stay in the woods". His campaign tactics and strategy also were clearly superior to Clinton's.

Earlier in the hearing, Comey said it made him "mildly nauseous" to think his disclosure could have altered the course of the election. And let me ask you, how would you handle an FBI Agent who forwarded thousands of classified emails to his or her spouse on a non-government computer? The panel was discussing Clinton's interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour where she blamed Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and Vladimir Putin for losing the election.

"She said the words, 'I'm responsible, ' but everything else suggested she doesn't really feel that way", Axelrod said.

FINNEY: And in the - which is a tragedy, and we messed up and she talked about that. "We have the longest, most peaceful, and mutually beneficial partnership of any two countries, forged by shared geography, common interests, and one of the largest and most comprehensive economic relationships in the world".

Remember her fainting spell at the 9/11 ceremony?

To many journalists, her remarks sounded like blame shifting - evidence that she actually does not, as she claimed, "take absolute personal responsibility" for her defeat. Remember how that reminded every voter in America that Hillary Clinton's first instinct is to lie?

But the top cop, who has been retained in his job by Trump, also declined "to say another peep" about an investigation into Trump campaign's contacts with Russian Federation "until we're done".

Third, Kuntzman cited Clinton's decision to use a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state: "It's basic".

Notwithstanding her rhetoric and blame shifting, Clinton did not lose because of outside influences, she lost because she was a frightful candidate with an unpleasant personality. Bila went on to criticize Clinton for not being a "good candidate".

Clinton, like Biden, both of whom have been fierce critics of President Trump's policies, urged the public to resist the controversial bill. And it wants it for free.

Afterwards, Bila brought up the obvious, that Barack Obama was elected twice before this and that Clinton being a bad candidate was why she lost. "She's going to raise money to fund the resistance, she says".


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