Hillary Clinton has been and can be called a lot of things, but “humble” is not one of them.
During a Tuesday appearance in National Public Radio, the failed presidential candidate said she would have defeated Donald Trump in November, she “would have been seen as a genius.”
“Did you underestimate the way that your familiarity with the American public could negatively impact your campaign?” Rachel Martin asked Clinton.
“Well, I thought it was pretty revolutionary that I was the first woman to have a realistic chance of becoming president,” Hillary responded.
“So I don’t know how any woman who is not familiar to people, since we have so many hurdles to overcome, could have even been in that position that I found myself. So if I won, you know, I would have been seen as a genius, my campaign would have been as perfect.
“I understand all of that. But I’m not writing this book, I’m not talking to you about it because I’m somehow aggrieved,” she insisted.