Promotional efforts for Mrs. Clinton's memoir "What Happened" landed her on "Anderson Cooper 360" to discuss a wide range of topics, including yoga techniques she used to relax in the aftermath of the 2016 U.S. election.
Some supporters of Ms Clinton remain in denial, others took Mr Trump's victory as a call to arms and an inspiration "to resist". The Bernie revolution was never going to happen, and neither will the Trump revolution.
At the moment, the overall rating of the book, which is equal to the average rating of buyers, is 4.8 out of 5, which actually demonstrates the unanimous approval of the book.
"That was the determinative day because it stopped my momentum", the 69-year-old Clinton said. "It drove voters from me".
Even Clinton wasn't prepared to go quite that far, replying: "Matt, I can't say that".
According to the Washington Examiner, readers have not been impressed with the book, calling it "complete garbage", an "overrated piece of fiction", and "hastily slapped together". In fact, I agree completely. I guess we'll never know. "I'd certainly given anything of any relevance to them". He could've called me up. "It initially made you think, 'well, what are you covering up?'"
This is a book that needs no subtitle.
Throughout the 2016 campaign, Clinton's campaign regularly exchanged Twitter barbs with other opponents, including Trump and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. But, considering who she is, the book is highly polarizing.
Also titled It Takes a Village, that book is about raising children and her vision for how to make the lives of children better.