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Sarah Huckabee Sanders blasts ‘reckless attacks’ in Clinton book

Sarah Huckabee Sanders threw the book at Hillary Clinton’s new memoir.

“I consider it’s unhappy that after Hillary Clinton ran one of the many disastrous campaigns in story and lost, the last section of her open life is going to be tangible by propping up book sales with fake and forward attacks,” the White House Press Secretary pronounced of Clinton’s book, “What Happened.”

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Hillary Clinton signs copies of her new book, “What Happened” at the Barnes Noble bookstore Tuesday in Union Square.

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Huckabee Sanders combined she’s “not sure” either President Trump dictated to review Clinton’s tell-all on her unsuccessful 2016 campaign, but told reporters during a lecture Tuesday that he has very little need to do so.

“I would consider that he is flattering good capable on what happened, and we consider it’s flattering transparent to all of America,” she said.

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In “What Happened,” which hit bookshelves Tuesday, Clinton remembers how her “skin crawled” while Trump loomed over her during the second presidential discuss and shares other anecdotes from the campaign route to the fatal night she schooled she lost the election.

She also places censure on those who she feels stymied her White House bid, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, former FBI Director James Comey and Sen. Bernie Sanders.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders binds the daily lecture at the White House in Washington.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders binds the daily lecture at the White House in Washington.

(JONATHAN ERNST/REUTERS)

By late Tuesday afternoon, the discourse had already nabbed a top mark on Amazon’s best seller list.

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