Hillary Clinton Previews Her Upcoming Book

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At BookExpo America yesterday, Hillary Clinton talked a little bit about her upcoming memoir, to be published this fall:
Clinton called losing the election a "painful experience," one she will reflect upon in the new book.

She said writing it has been "an emotional experience," one that has been so exhausting that, after a couple of hours, "I literally have to get up and go for a walk or go to bed."

She promised she will reflect on some of the "bizarre, odd" events of the campaign, and that she'll reveal what she was thinking during the presidential debates. "I'm going to tell you how I saw it, how I felt, because you cannot make up what happened."

As the first female candidate for president in a major party, Clinton said she carried the burden of a double standard, and that her book will take on "sexism and misogyny. We need to pull it out and put it in the bright light."
I am very excited to read this book!

She also revealed during her appearance that she hasn't settled on a title for the book yet, which has led to a hashtag on Twitter suggesting potential titles. I'm sure everyone is shocked to hear that it immediately became a filthy toilet clogged with misogynist turds.

Gee, I never get tired of hearing how misogyny played no role in the election! I'm sure that, despite every positive mention of Hillary Clinton on the internet being immediately inundated with rank sexists from across the political spectrum, everyone left that hatred at the door when they went to vote.

Anyway. I have a suggestion for the title of Clinton's new memoir. It's all yours if you want it, Hillary!

photoshopped image of a book cover featuring a photo of Hillary Clinton drinking a beer, the title of which is: 'Fuck All, Y'all: A Memoir' by the Bitch who fucking warned you

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