Hillary Clinton experienced a terrible defeat that shocked many. It turns out that Clinton reportedly apologized to Barack Obama on the night of the US election. This was after she conceded to President Donald Trump.
The report has been unveiled by a new book documenting the Democratic candidate's campaign.
The book also contains the details of that election night for the Clinton campaign including the words, "Mr President, I'm sorry," which were reported by journalists Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes new book that’s titled, Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign.
The new book is advertised as a detailed account of Mrs Clinton’s campaign, written with deep access to insiders from the top to the bottom of the campaign effort.
A statement released by a Washington Post review, at around 7:45pm on election night the Democrats still believed Mrs. Clinton would win, until vote-counter Steve Schale told the campaign, that they were going to come up short.
After the unexpected announcement, a series of phone calls resulted, first from Fox News and later from the White House, calling on Mrs. Clinton to concede to Mr. Trump as he began winning key states. Mr.
It turns out that Obama did not want the election to be turned into a recount mess, as reported by the Daily Mail. Shortly after Mr. Trump to congratulate him on his election win, Mrs. Clinton reportedly called former President Barack Obama and apologized.
The book describes Mrs. Clinton as having gasped before taking the phone call to the President. The book says that Obama's legacy and her dreams of the Presidency lay shattered at Donald Trump's feet.
The loss was on Hillary Clinton, the book points out that she reluctantly rose from her seat and took the phone and called the then Mr. President, and she softly apologized by saying that she was sorry. However, the book has been slammed for not addressing wider issues surrounding Mrs. Clinton’s loss, such as the Russia narrative.