For the debates with challenger Donald Trump in 2016, turned Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton behind the scenes in deafening verbal abuse, meant to be on stage, be calm to be able to continue. That is in a book about her campaign, that Tuesday is published.
Clinton erupted during the election campaign allegedly from the frustrations, both by its enormous disgust for Donald Trump, as by the lingering doubts on its ‘authenticity’. Determined to keep those frustrations out of sight of the voters, and during the debates with Trump the calmness to be able to keep, turned to them behind the scenes in what is described as ‘fuck-laced fusillades’.
That writes the New York TimesjournalistAmy Chozick in her Tuesday published book ” Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns, and One Intact Glass Ceiling. The British newspaper, Thue Guardian could be the book for publication to refer to it.
‘Her assistants understood only too well that Clinton, in public, everything at a glance, and occasionally against them steam was let off, behind closed doors, ” writes Chozick in her book. “Do you want authenticity, well here is your authenticity!’, would the presidential candidate during one of the voorbereidingssessies called, which they with a with fucks doorspekte rant from the shore crossed about the disgusting man that Trump, according to her is, and how who, according to her, not even worthy to be compared to her standing in the political arena.
The book of Chozick is the second book in a short time, a look behind the scenes of Washington grants. Last week published a former FBI-director James Comey with A Higher Loyalty to his memoirs, in which he was a not particularly flattering image of Trump sketches.
Continue Chozick detail on the difficulties that the team from Clinton had to make her message easy to bring out. As it turned out, if only choosing a campagneslogan an entire command, and there were a whopping 84 possible slogans coined. That ranged from “You’ve earned a fair chance’ and ‘A new bargain we can count on” to the succinct ‘No quit’. None of those proposals was finally well enough found to the ‘America First’ of Trump to be able to tackle.
The choice ultimately fell on ‘Stronger Together’, but that proved not good enough for the presidency.