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Hillary Clinton made her first TV appearance to promote her book and she's not backing down. By Tracy E. Gilchrist September 11 2017 8:01 PM EDT

Would Clinton have won if she could have figured out the poetry part? She's a pragmatist who believes in working within the system, in promising roughly what you believe you can deliver, in saying how you'll pay for your plans.

You can hear the rest of what Alcindor had to say in the video below.

New Jersey resident Juan Cuba, 29, who was the second person on line - he arrived at Barnes & Noble at 4 pm yesterday - said that he exchanged words with Clinton. "So, I practiced all of that. And I should've done a better job of demonstrating, 'I get it'". Well, it's one thing to practice it.

"So, you know, we practice this". And-it-it was so discombobulating. Off I went, into a frenzy of closet cleaning, and long walks in the woods, playing with my dogs, and, as I write- yoga, alternate nostril breathing, which I highly recommend, tryin' to calm myself down.

We are, in fact, fortunate that President Trump is such a clown. "The more professionally successful a man is, the more likable he is; the more professionally successful a woman is, the less likable she is", Clinton said.

"You could not put together the Obama coalition", Martin pushed back.

"You say there's so many coincidences, so many connections between people in the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, but you stopped short of saying this, and I'm asking you if you will", Lauer began. I knew that. But I believed that it was my responsibility to try to offer answers to it, not to fan it, ' she explains.

"No, I do it every single time!". I was very committed to prepare for the debates. "And there were a large number of people who didn't care". "I responded with forced smiles and tight nods". "Sometimes I yell at the TV even".

"Everyone associated with him, they're either on board with that, or they're not". A spokesman for the Barnes & Noble store said they sold 1,200 copies of the book during Clinton's appearance.

"He, I think, forever changed history", Clinton said bluntly of Comey, echoing the sentiment of her new memoir, "What Happened" and leaving the door open to the possibility that the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director harbored an animus towards her. "And there's no doubt in my mind that there are a tangle of financial relationships between Trump and his operation with Russian money", Clinton said.

Speaking about the senator for Vermont, Clinton wrote: "His attacks caused lasting damage, making it harder to unify progressives in the general election and paving the way for Trump's "Crooked Hillary" campaign".

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