Clinton also said that Comey, who President Donald Trump has said he fired while thinking about the investigation into his campaign's ties to Russian meddling in the election, was terminated for the wrong reason.
"It's part of the demonstration of the continuity of our government", so she went. I know you love to intimidate women, but you can't intimidate me, so back up'. But one last parting shot before she awaits the head count of people who actually buy the book.
Clinton, during the presidential race, repeatedly said, "A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons".
"Even when she's not saying it directly, you just go through page after page after page where it's always someone else's fault", Allen said.
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The book opens up into the more emotional side of the campaign too, including the night of the election itself when Clinton realised that she had lost.
A similar comment was made by a NY newspaper columnist past year - which Clinton quoted in the book.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders dismissed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's campaign memoir as a "sad" exploitation that relies on "false and reckless attacks" to increase sales during a Tuesday press conference. Not anything to do with a awful campaign by her or being a bad candidate.
But she skirts around the impact on voters of her description of Trump supporters as "deplorables" - a term she admits was a "political gift" to her Republican rival.
Mrs Clinton said she was "gobsmacked" by Mr Trump's upset victory, but will remain active in politics because of her grave concern that "our country's future is at stake".
Clinton expressed herself in the statement she had, "I just felt this enormous letdown, just kind of loss of feeling and direction and sadness".
Clinton keeps focusing on the past, last year's campaign, which ended with a result that was very traumatic for much of the Democratic base: the election of President Trump. And I should've done a better job of demonstrating "I get it",' she concluded.