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Hillary Clinton wins!

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.

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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