Former Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s never-ending blame game continued this week, as excerpts from her upcoming memoir show the desperate democrat lashing out at the New York Times for creating a “scandal jamboree” surrounding her doomed campaign.
Clinton set her sights on the media in general, but specifically the left-leaning New York Times, for its “schizophrenic” coverage of her email scandal and the subsequent FBI investigation over whether she had mishandled classified material.
"The Times, as usual, played an outsize role in shaping coverage of my emails throughout the election," Clinton wrote. "To me, the paper's approach felt schizophrenic."
"It was a dumb mistake. But an even dumber ‘scandal,'" Clinton added. "It was like quicksand: the more you struggle, the deeper you sink. At times, I thought I must be going crazy."
Hillary adds she was "confused" by the Times behavior, which had endorsed her earlier that year but were "beating me up about emails."
The New York Times is the latest target of Clinton’s fury over her stunning defeat to Donald Trump last fall. Previous excerpts from “What Happened” show the former Secretary of State lashing-out at Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, the Democratic Party, Russian election interference, the FBI, James Comey, sexism, and more.