White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders called Hillary Clinton’s newest book “sad” in a White House press lecture Tuesday afternoon.
“I consider it’s unhappy that after Hillary Clinton ran one of the many disastrous campaigns in history, and lost, and the last section of her open life is going to be now tangible by propping up book sales with fake and forward attacks, and we consider that that’s a unhappy way for her to continue,” Sanders said.
The former Democratic presidential claimant debuted her book “What Happened” Tuesday and sealed copies at a Barnes Noble book store in New York City for prolonged lines of fans collected outside.
In the book, Clinton delves into her ancestral detriment and argues that mixed factors were behind November’s election upset.
“I couldn’t get the pursuit done, and I’ll have to live with that for the rest of my life,” Clinton wrote in her book.
It is misleading if President Trump plans to review the book, according to Sanders.
“Whether or not he’s going to review Hillary Clinton’s book, we am not sure, but we would consider that he’s flattering familiar on what happened,” she told reporters.
During the briefing, several reporters also followed up on former White House arch strategist Steve Bannon’s new “60 Minutes” interview, asking Sanders how mostly he and the boss promulgate now that Bannon is no longer a partial of the Trump administration.
Sanders pronounced that Bannon and Mr. Trump speak “certainly not that frequently.” She combined that she is only wakeful of two conversations that have taken place between them given Bannon left the White House and returned to Breitbart, a worried news outlet.