Hillary Clinton is still bitter and she is whining her way through her promotional tour for her new Hulu show.
The show is about Bill and Hillary – their egos demand it – and it could be looked on as a last chance at redemption.
Except they won’t get any because in order to be forgiven and earn redemption you have to come clean and admit what you did.
Bill just tried to explain away ruining Monica’s life let alone putting the country through that scandal because it helped with his job-related anxiety.
And now we have Hillary coming clean and admitting her apology during her own scandal over the private server was fake. And she regrets it. Maybe, she is finally learning how to fight like Trump – don’t give the media an inch and hit back harder and louder.
“When I became Secretary of State I decided to use the server that had been set up for Bill and his former president’s office,” Hillary said.
“I did it as a matter of convenience. There was no regulation against it, there was nothing against it.”
For the record we have FOIA laws so we can watch politicians like you – we will never know what you were or weren’t hiding on those missing emails. From The Washington Examiner:
Hillary Clinton said she gave a false apology for her use of an unauthorized email server during her time as secretary of state.
“We’ll just say what you did was a mistake. It was dumb. It’s over. And that will end it,” Clinton said in the Hulu documentary released Friday, Hillary, about her life. “I didn’t not believe that. I wasn’t convinced of that. But I understood the frustration of my campaign.”
“So against my better judgment, I said, ‘OK, fine,’” she said about giving a series of interviews which led to an apology on ABC News.
“As I look back at it now, even though it was allowed, I should have used two accounts. That was a mistake. I’m sorry about that. I take responsibility,” Clinton said in the September 2015 interview.
“It turned out to be a mistake because look at all the oxygen it was sucking out of my campaign. But it didn’t end it,” the former secretary of state said in the Hulu documentary about the criticism she received over her emails. “It didn’t end it at all. And it never ended, it never ended.”
In her book What Happened following the 2016 election, Clinton reaffirmed taking responsibility for the email scandal, saying, “I own that,” but she also argued it was a factor in her 2016 election loss to then-candidate Donald Trump. “The further we get from the election, the stranger it seems that this controversy could swing a national election with such monumental consequences,” she wrote