Harrowing details of Hillary Clinton's election night revealed

Posted April 19, 2017

Following that, the White House called to encourage Hillary to concede, but the officials instead chose to drag the event out.

Last year, the FBI investigated Clinton's use of a private email server and whether she had improperly stored or transmitted classified information during her tenure as secretary of state.

She told Trump that she was committed to country's success and "that means your success as president". "Why aren't they with me?" she said.

At that point, Obama himself called directly to Clinton. He urged her to concede defeat.

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"You need to concede", Obama apparently told his former secretary of state over the phone.

The drama of Mrs Clinton's election in the Peninsula Hotel in Manhattan is detailed in Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton's Doomed Election Campaign which is out on Tuesday. According to the book, she also said that she knew she had "let her country down" and that her loss had "shattered" Obama's legacy. But over the night, as results from the key swing states were released, the truth dawned gradually on the Clinton campaign that loss was inevitable.

"You need to concede", President Obama apparently told Clinton over the phone on the night of November 8. President Barack Obama thought it was over and did not want a messy recount. Then, the ad would conclude with Sanders using Hillary's campaign slogan: "I'm with her". The autopsy on the Democratic candidate's 2016 campaign has unveiled several interesting tidbits, some of which show that insiders always knew Clinton's presidential bid was rife with disaster.

"After the concession to Trump, President Obama calls to deliver that consolation message and she picks up the phone reluctantly, and she walks away from the table where she has been talking to her aids and she steps into a room".

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The call from Obama, according to the book, "crystallized everything for Hillary". Her top aides "were as miserable as mid-level bureaucrats in an agency with no clear plans" and longtime adviser Huma Abedin "couldn't be counted on to relay constructive criticism to Hillary without pointing a finger at the critic". When she'd spoken with Obama just a little bit earlier the outcome of the election wasn't final yet. The president, who had hit the campaign trail hard for Clinton, now believed the race was over and was determined that she accept her defeat with "dignity".

"She was doing her preparatory work on the debate, and he would cut her off and say, that's not very good, and finally she got exhausted of it and said, 'why don't you try it, ' and she turned around and made him play her, and she kept cutting him off, and telling him he wasn't doing a very good job". She had let herself down.

"The left, the center, the right, within their own party, and then attract some other people, so she wasn't able to do that", he told Tucker.

"There's one good story in the book about after her losing the MI primary, she kind of turned on one of her top aides".

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Donald Trump was never supposed to win the 2016 presidential election. "This was on her".