I think it is sad that after Hillary Clinton ran one of the most negative campaigns in history, and lost, and the last chapter of her public life is now going to be defined by propping up book sales with reckless and false attacks.
Referring to her motivations to write this memoir, the seventh published by Simon and Schuster publishing house, she told that Donald Trump does not understand about global geopolitics or what we must do to be prepared and for that reason ' I can not remain silent'.
She told CBS she started the campaign knowing she would have to work harder to ensure men and women would feel comfortable with the idea of a woman president.
The interview was carried out in the new house that Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, purchased in New York's leafy Westchester suburb in August. I knew that. But I believed that it was my responsibility to try to offer answers to it, not to fan it, ' she explained. In it, she got candid about what she felt went wrong during the presidential race, as well as whether she'd consider running for president again.
Clinton, often described as a cold calculator, has also recognized the awful void she felt after her surprise defeat, and this despite a wide lead in the popular vote. Already, excerpts from the book have surface online.
The losing US presidential candidate also takes a swipe at former POTUS Barrack Obama, who endorsed her candidacy, for supposedly failing to come up with a stronger televised response to the reported Russian meddling in the elections.
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".
She cites Russia's attempt to influence the election, critical media coverage in the USA, the 11th hour investigation into her emails announced by then-FBI director James Comey and the strategy employed by Mr Sanders as reasons behind her defeat. Trump has repeatedly sought to discredit the Russian Federation investigation by calling it "an excuse by the Democrats for having lost an election that they should have won".
The question now is will Trump renew his implied demand that Attorney General Jeff Sessions open an investigation into his top political opponent, Hillary Clinton?
"I'm convinced of it", she said.