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Hillary Clinton said in an interview Wednesday that it's time to abolish the Electoral College.

Clinton, who's currently promoting her book about her stunning loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 election, said it's time to eliminate the 538-member body and elect presidents based on the popular vote.

She won the 2016 popular vote by nearly three million votes.

"This is about the 900th excuse she's given for why she lost," White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said on "Fox & Friends" this morning.

In her book, Clinton says she takes responsibility for her defeat, but she also blames everyone and everything from former FBI Director James Comey to former President Obama to Bernie Sanders to misogyny.

"This book tour has done nothing but prove to America they were right in the decision that they made in putting Donald Trump in the Oval Office, and not Hillary Clinton," Sanders said.

She said Clinton is just illuminating all the reasons why she was not a good candidate and why she would not be a successful president.

"That's why they chose Donald Trump. He actually had a message. He was focused on solving problems, not placing blame, which was what most of her campaign was about," Sanders said. "He had a message, and he's certainly carrying that through as we move into the fall with a very ambitious legislative agenda."

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