Hillary Clinton laments losing despite '66 million letters of recommendation'
Hillary Clinton compared her millions of votes during the 2016 presidential election as a letters of recommendation while lamenting that President Trump won.
"To me, it was like applying for a job and getting 66 million letters of recommendation," she said in a CBS interview preview released Thursday.
Clinton, 71, described her loss to Trump as "losing to a corrupt human tornado."
Earlier this week, the former secretary of state said she came to the decision that she supported impeachment.
"I did not come to that decision easily or quickly, but this is an emergency as I see it … This latest behavior around Ukraine, trying to enlist the president of Ukraine in a plot to undermine former Vice President Biden or lose the military aide he needs to defend against Trump’s friend, Vladimir Putin — if that’s not an impeachable offense, I don’t know what is," she said.