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Donna Brazile Offers an Insiders View of What Happened to Put Donald Trump in the White House
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Donna Brazile Offers an Insiders View of What Happened to Put Donald Trump in the White House

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In a her new book, “Hacks,” Democratic Strategist and former head of the Democratic National Convention, Donna Brazile, said Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign was “anemic” and had taken on “the odor of failure.” The must-read memoir details what really happened during the 2017 election that put Donald Trump in office.

The Washington Posts Philip Rucker wrote the following review of “Hacks”:

Donna Brazile: I considered replacing Clinton with Biden as 2016 Democratic nominee

….Brazile paints a scathing portrait of Clinton as a well-intentioned, historic candidate whose campaign was badly mismanaged, took minority constituencies for granted and made blunders with “stiff” and “stupid” messages. The campaign was so lacking in passion for the candidate, she writes, that its New York headquarters felt like a sterile hospital ward where “someone had died.”

Brazile alleges that Clinton’s top aides routinely disrespected her and put the DNC on a “starvation diet,” depriving it of funding for voter turnout operations.

…Brazile’s book, titled “Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns that Put Donald Trump in the White House,” will be released Tuesday by Hachette Books. A copy of the 288-page book was obtained in advance by The Washington Post.

Perhaps not since George Stephanopoulos wrote “All Too Human,” a 1999 memoir of his years working for former president Bill Clinton, has a political strategist penned such a blistering tell-all.

In it, Brazile reveals how fissures of race, gender and age tore at the heart of the operation — even as Clinton was campaigning on a message of inclusiveness and trying to assemble a rainbow coalition under the banner of “Stronger Together.”

Read the full article at WashingtonPost.com.