White House weighs in on Hillary Clinton's new book: 'Sad'

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders slammed Hillary Clinton's new memoir Tuesday, accusing the former secretary of state with running "one of the most negative campaigns in history", adding that the book is a "sad way" for her to continue attacking President Donald Trump.

While promoting her personal campaign autopsy, Clinton has laid blame on individuals she thinks contributed to the downfall of her campaign, including her primary challenger, Sen.

Trump has also alleged Comey broke the law by admitting to leaking personal memos to a law professor friend at Columbia University, who then sent them to The New York Times.

Former chief strategist Steve Bannon suggested in an interview with 60 Minutes on Sunday night that the decision was maybe one of the worst mistakes in "modern political history".

"And certainly no presentation, as both the President's attorneys have gone on record to say".

"I think he set his own stage for himself on that front", she added.

"Whether or not he's going to read Hillary Clinton's book, I am not sure, but I would think that he's pretty well-versed on what happened", she told reporters.

Much of the briefing is likely to focus on President Trump's plan for how to rebuild the South after all the damage caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in recent weeks.

"I was running a traditional presidential campaign with carefully thought-out policies and painstakingly built coalitions, while Trump was running a reality TV show that expertly and relentlessly stoked Americans' anger and resentment". "Comey testified that an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent who engaged in the same practice would face serious repercussions", Sanders continued.

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