Confident Obama Assured Hillary That Victory Was Hers 24 Hours Before She Lost

Hillary Clinton’s memoirs, titled What Happened, are turning out to be more entertaining than anyone thought. Now she’s revealed that a confident Obama assured her that victory was hers just 24 hours before she became the two-time loser.

Per Daily Mail:

Hillary Clinton got an election-eve assurance from President Barack that turned out to be historically fake news when he told her the election was in hand, the failed nominee writes in her new memoir.

The nation’s first black president gave a hug to the woman he believed would break another historical barrier and carry on his legacy during their last night campaigning together at a packed outdoor evening rally in Philadelphia.

‘You’ve got this. I’m so proud of you,’ Obama told her, Clinton writes in her new memoir, ‘What Happened.’

Just hours later, Obama was counseling Clinton to concede on election night, Clinton writes, in a portion of the book reported by CNN. He didn’t want her to drag out the angry and prolonged campaign.

Confident Obama Assured Hillary That Victory Was Hers 24 Hours Before She Lost

Confident Obama Assured Hillary That Victory Was Hers 24 Hours Before She LostHillary Clinton is dumping on everyone in her memoirs. Never imagined I’d say this, but I might have to actually read it. She’s doing us a great service by allowing us to have a laugh at her expense, over and over.

Don’t forget she also took some shots at Bernie Sanders.

Hillary Rips Bernie In New Book, I am proud to be a democrat

Do you think they allowed her to keep her insurance?

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