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New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor said on MSNBC that she knows "sources" who are "still in therapy" because Hillary Clinton was defeated by President Donald Trump in 2016.

Alcindor did not say what type of "therapy" those people were in, whether it be clinical or otherwise, in video obtained by the Daily Caller.

She said that Clinton's new book, "What Happened," is meant to be a way for the former first lady and her supporters to "vent" about Trump's victory and to help those who are "writing about this" and "still in therapy."

Alcindor said the people reportedly seeking therapeutic means are "really upset by the election."

However, Alcindor went on to say that Clinton is the "embodiment of all that is still going wrong with the Democratic Party."

She said the book is a "clear picture" of where the party is today, and that it should help "lay out the way forward."


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