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Hillary Calls Out Al Gore, John Kerry, Mitt Romney For Losing Elections

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a bizarre shoutout to men that have lost presidential elections in her new memoir “What Happened.”

Clinton specifically called out former presidential candidates Al Gore, John Kerry and Mitt Romney in her book, saying that they too would understand the pain of losing an election.

“I doubt that many people reading this will ever lose a presidential election. (Although maybe some have: hi Al, hi John, hi Mitt, hope you’re well.),” Clinton wrote in the chapter “Grit and Gratitude.” “But we all face loss at some point. We all face profound disappointment. Here’s what helped me during one of the lowest points of my life. Maybe it’ll help you too.”

Clinton wrote “What Happened” in an attempt to find answers for her stunning loss to President Donald Trump. For the most part, Clinton blames people like Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, former FBI Director James Comey and former President Barack Obama for her failure to reach the presidency.

“I have come to terms with the fact that a lot of people — millions and millions of people — decided they just didn’t like me,” Clinton wrote. “What makes me such a lightning rod for fury? I’m really asking . . . I’m at a loss.”

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