Her expiration date is long passed. Keep telling us how relevant she is.
You are incapable of absorbing information.... Here's what I said...
She did win the popular vote by a significant margin.
She'll sell a lot of books and many, particularly women, will feel she has important contributions to make.
But her current approval ratings are only around 41%.... So she won't be doing anything that requires getting voted in..
There is a peculiarly American habit of attempting to reduce one's opponents to caricatures in order to be able to debate that caricature rather than the actual person.
Its as if the complexity of the whole person is too difficult to engage. Ad its what the right does with Hillary. (Well pretty much everyone but especially Hillary)
Clinton may have failed in her bid for election. But she has had a remarkable career and made many significant contributions along the way. She remains a highly intelligent woman who has influenced many along her carer and continues to be respected for those contributions.
Plus she's gotten rich just from writing books.
That she lost to Trump is not only an indictment of her failings, but the failings of most of the American political system.
Trump is managing to make people long for George Bush... and re-evaluate their choice in 2016 too.