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Politics Hillary Clinton to sit down with CBS's Jane Pauley on Sunday

17:17  06 september  2017
17:17  06 september  2017 Source:   thehill.com

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Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will sit down with " CBS Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley Sunday for her first television interview since Election Day to talk about her defeat and new book, set for release on .

Hillary Clinton will sit down with CBS ’ s “ Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley for an interview about her new book “What Happened,” about her White House bid last year.

Hillary Clinton to sit down with CBS's Jane Pauley on Sunday© Provided by The Hill Hillary Clinton to sit down with CBS's Jane Pauley on Sunday

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will sit down with "CBS Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley Sunday for her first television interview to talk about her election defeat and new book set for release on Sept. 12.

"Pauley will interview the former first lady and secretary of state later this week, to discuss Clinton's ill-fated White House campaign, her thoughts on President Donald Trump, Russian hacking, former FBI Director James Comey's effect on the race, her life since Election Day 2016 and her new book, 'What Happened,' which is published by Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS," according a network announcement.

Hillary: Bernie's attacks 'paved the way' for Trump

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Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is set to sit down with CBS Sunday Morning‘ s Jane Pauley for her first TV interview since the 2016 election. VIDEOSHillary Clinton on CBS Sunday Morning: Watch First Post-Election TV Interview. The Q&A, to air on Sunday , Sept.

Her first stop: a sit - down with Jane Pauley on " CBS Sunday Morning." With a new book to promote, Hillary Clinton is preparing to re-enter the public eye.

Clinton has been interviewed at several forums since her stunning loss in the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump, but hasn't done any network television interviews to this point.  The announcement comes after Clinton made headlines Tuesday after released excerpts from her book showed her blaming Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) for "paving the way" for candidate Trump's oft-repeated attack line against her as "Crooked Hillary."

"Throughout the primaries, every time I wanted to hit back against Bernie's attacks, I was told to restrain myself," Clinton writes.

"Noting that his plans didn't add up, that they would inevitably mean raising taxes on middle-class families, or that they were little more than a pipe-dream - all of this could be used to reinforce his argument that I wasn't a true progressive. My team kept reminding me that we didn't want to alienate Bernie's supporters. President Obama urged me to grit my teeth and lay off Bernie as much as I could. I felt like I was in a straitjacket."

The interview with Jane Pauley, a former NBC "Today Show" co-host, airs on CBS Sunday Morning at 9:00 a.m. EST.

Hate on Hillary, but she’s right about Trump .
Someday, Hillary Clinton will be remembered with respect as a smart, driven, and remarkably resilient woman who made history — but not as much as she wanted to make. That time hasn’t come. She’s still a polarizing loser, who can’t get any more love in defeat than she did as the winner of the popular vote in the 2016 presidential election. So don’t love her. But don’t settle for a less than full reckoning of what happened to her either. Like all candidates, she made mistakes.

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