Apparently, he hates it.
Tossed Her’s book, after plowing through it, in the trash. Her being his wife, whose, What Happened, looks back at Her failed 2016 presidential election.
The book dirty mops the same old, same old vomit on the politico floor.
Her reasons about losing are those — God help us! — fatigued reiterations.
The Russians interference (former president Jimmy Carter believes they had “nothing to do with it”) …. FBI director, James Comey (who’ll refute her in his upcoming memoir) … the women who didn’t vote for Her (husband Bill slammed Her for ignoring the Rust Belt states during the campaign).
He insisted Her rewrite it, Her refused. The New York Post’s Richard Johnson reports those were fighting words. “He hated the title”, writes Johnson, “because calling it What Happened would only make people say ‘you lost.’ He urged Her to postpone the publication date and rewrite the book, but she yelled at him and said ‘the book is finished, and that’s how it’s going to be published.’”
Sources say they have not been speaking for weeks.
After the book spent a fortnight at the top of The New York Times bestseller list, the book’s slipping. USA Today’s latest chart drops What Happened to #28 this week.
Understandably. Exhaustion has set in from readers.
We are now facing Her and President Obama’s explosive uranium scandal. Several critics perceive it as “O’s Watergate.” Selling 20 percent of our United States uranium deposits to the Russians. For whatever motivation, Her foundation purportedly received the big-time fee of $145 million.
Insiders appear concerned of a likely “quid pro quo.”
More concerns surface about the Clinton campaign and the Democratic Party paying for the Trump Russian dossier about her presidential opponent, Donald J. Trump.
Meanwhile the Clintons boldly announced that they will not return the millions of dollars received from the disgraced Harvey Weinstein for Her failed political activities. It remains with them, while, all other recipients have donated their misbegotten monies to charity.
As noted not long ago, politics and sports, food and fitness are creating new stars that are engaging our interest.
The new world of Hollywood cookie-cutter celebrities, sadly, lacks the interest it had. Too many fly-by-nighters.
Yes, life keeps changing. Always and forever.