They were never able to explain the why of her candidacy, which was a problem from day one, according to Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes' Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton's Doomed Campaign.
It has been almost a year since Election Day. Clinton has published a 500-plus-page book, titled What Happened, which recounts the 2016 election from her point of view.
And she still can't say why she wanted to be president.
"I ran for President because I thought I'd be good at the job," she wrote in her book. "I thought that of all the people who might run, I had the most relevant experience, meaningful accomplishments, and ambitious but achievable proposals, as well as the temperament to get things done in Washington."
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