In her book, Clinton didn't even hold back from comparing Sanders with deranged hitchhiker in the Ben Stiller movie, "There's Something About Mary", in which a hitchhiker suggests he has a plan to start off a seven-minute abs program to top the famous eight-minute abs.
The beloved millennial candidate, Bernie Sanders, found himself in the path of Clinton's frustrations, and she said his attacks on her caused "lasting damage" and made "it harder to unify progressives in the general election and paving the way for Trump's "Crooked Hillary" campaign".
"I'm working overtime now to see we overturn Trump's decision on DACA, pass a $15-an-hour minimum wage, and next week I'll be offering a Medicare-for-all single-payer system", Sanders said.
Not content with tearing her democratic rival apart, Clinton also went after Bernie Sander's fans, accusing them of sexism for their failure to support her. "I don't know if that bothered Bernie or not", the excerpt continued.
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"He certainly shared my horror at the thought of Donald Trump becoming President, and I appreciate that he campaigned for me in the general election". He didn't into the ace to make sure a Democrat won the White House, he got in to disrupt the Democratic Party.
She added: "I am proud to be a Democrat and I wish Bernie were, too". "I felt I was in a straitjacket".
"But he isn't a Democrat - that's not a smear, that's what he says", Clinton wrote.
As the circular firing squad that is the Democratic Party continues to assemble and load their muskets for the 2020 presidential primary, it's fun to observe their revered and stalwart figures like Clinton and Biden going after each other and sucking up all of the oxygen and most of the spotlight.
Clinton's previous books include her 2003 memoir, "Living History", published while she was a US senator from NY, and 2014's "Hard Choices", her account of her time as secretary of state.