Failed Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has recently released her new book “What Happened” in which she explains in detail her side of the story of the election, and details have surfaced from the book’s publisher Simon & Schuster which reveal that the book has sold more than 300,000 copies.
The book had originally been said to represent a memoir which details her excuses for losing the 2016 presidential election, with her also accusing every single person and thing around her for her loss, including President Donald Trump and Russia.
But this is the first time Clinton has seen such ‘success’ from one of her biggest failures, with the book managing to get on top of Amazon’s best seller list since it was published back on September 12.
Carolyn Reidy, the CEO of Simon & Schuster claims that the main reason behind the book’s success was because the people wanted to hear directly from Hillary, why she lost the election, which of course, will fill their heads with everything opposite of how it happened, as well as a number of accusations and empty criticism.
In a statement released earlier, Reidy explains how “there is clearly an overwhelming desire among readers to learn about and experience, from Hillary Clinton’s singular perspective, the historic events of the 2016 election,” adding how the book “in its candor and immediacy, ‘What Happened’ is satisfying that demand.”
However, the thing people found most interesting were the ever-expanding list of reasons Hillary mentioned for losing the election, and one thing stood out in particular – the fact that from all those reasons, she never mentioned herself as the rotten apple.
There were various reasons mentioned, and various people accused of ‘not doing their job the right way’ and nobody was safe, from former President Barack Obama, to Bernie Sanders, former VP Joe Biden, former FBI Director James Comey, President Trump, the mainstream media, and even Russia as well as women and Americans in general.
She without a doubt, took it too far this time, raising speculations that the only reason people bought this book was to mock her for the endless excuses she made up for her humiliating loss.