"It was also Sanders supporters' fault for 'harassing my supporters online' with attacks that were 'ugly and more than a little sexist.'
It was GOP leader Mitch McConnell's fault for putting partisanship ahead of national security: 'McConnell knew better,' Hillary slammed, 'but he did it anyway.'
It was the mainstream media's fault: 'Many in the political media can't bear to face their own role in helping elect Trump,' she fumed, 'from providing him free airtime to giving my emails three times more coverage than all the issues affecting people's lives combined.'
In particular, she says it was the New York Times' fault for reporting on her emails in such a relentless way that it 'affected the outcome of the election.'
It was Today Show host Matt Lauer's fault for grilling her during a NBC presidential debate about her emails to the extent she was 'ticked off' and 'almost physically sick'.
It was Fox News' fault for 'turning politics into an evidence-free zone of seething resentment.'
It was Green Party candidate Jill Stein's fault: 'There were more than enough Stein voters to swing the result, just like Ralph Nader did in Florida and New Hampshire in 2000.'
It was men's fault: 'Sexism and misogyny played a role in the election. Exhibit A is that the flagrantly sexist candidate won.'
It was women's fault, especially those who joined anti-Trump marches after he won: 'I couldn't help but ask where those feelings of solidarity, outrage and passion had been during the election.'
It was white people's fault: 'He (Trump) was quite successful in referencing a nostalgia that would give hope, settle grievances, for millions of people who were upset about gains that were made by others ... millions of white people.'
It was black people's fault, especially Black Lives Matter protestors who questioned her commitment to their cause and heckled her at events. Hillary accuses them of being 'more interested in disruption and confrontation than in working together to change policies.'
It was former Vice President Joe Biden's fault for saying the Democratic Party 'did not talk about what it always stood for' in the campaign, which was 'how to maintain a burgeoning middle class.' Hillary seethes: 'I find this fairly remarkable, considering Joe himself campaigned for me all over the Midwest and talked plenty about the middle class.'
It was her aide Huma Abedin's husband Anthony Weiner's fault for the teenage sexting scandal that blew up just before election day forcing the emails back into public focus.
It was the 'godforsaken' Electoral College's fault because she won the meaningless popular vote by three million.
Finally, it was history's fault: 'The problems started with history,' she insists. 'It was exceedingly difficult for either party to hold onto the White House for more than eight years in a row.'"
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