Hillary Clinton had a foreboding message about President Donald Trump's style of leading, accusing him of wanting "unaccountable, unchecked power."
"He likes the idea of unaccountable, unchecked power, and we've never had to face that in a serious way in our country," Trump's general election opponent said on the podcast "Pod Save America" on Tuesday.
The former Secretary of State has reentered the public eye lately as she promotes her newly released book, "What Happened," telling her side of the story of the 2016 election.
The president is "pretty well-versed on what happened," White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders quipped at a Tuesday press briefing, calling Clinton's comments a "reckless attack."
Clinton placed blame on many entities as well as herself for her stunning loss to Trump, including then-FBI Director James Comey, Russian interference, low information voters and Bernie Sanders' supporters, among other things.
"I think she made a really important point about the lessons of this election," Jessica Tarlov said on "Outnumbered."
"If she wants to know why she didn't win or why Democrats rejected her in the 2008 primary, read her own book, go watch your interviews, Hillary Clinton," Lisa Boothe advised. "You were out of touch."
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