Apparently there?s no Electoral College at Time Magazine, so Hillary Clinton topped their 2017 list of best nonfiction books with ?What Happened,? a memoir whose title wavers between declarative and interrogative, almost like it were lenticular.
What happened is anyone?s guess, but Clinton puts forth a shooting gallery of guilty parties, besides Donald Trump: there?s Vladimir Putin, Jill Stein, Barack Obama, James Comey, and Bernie Sanders, just for starters. (Her own husband, however, is blameless.)
Be that as it may, Clinton was ecstatic.
Wow. I wasn?t sure how letting my guard down would go…but it?s been cathartic & rewarding. I loved writing this book, & I?m honored to be in such great company on this list!https://t.co/rAYpWHzxrJ
? Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 21, 2017
And rightfully so, as Time’s list includes Teju Cole?s ?Blind Spot?; Ariel Levy?s ?The Rules Do Not Apply?; and in a surprise upset, Clinton sent Ta-Nehisi Coates? ?We Were Eight Years in Power” to the #2 spot. So although Hillary Clinton hasn’t been able to make it to the White House as president, she can successfully write about it.
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