Well, she was speaking to the American Library Association, so it was her “love of reading” that helped her through the pain of losing the election.

If her next speaking gig is to the American Wine Society, will she change the story back to drinking Chardonnay?

Stay tuned.

Via Daily Mail

Hillary Clinton divulged details about her third memoir, out this fall, and shared her post-election reading list to attendees at the American Library Association conference in Chicago on Tuesday.

‘It is the most personal book I’ve written,’ Clinton told the crowd of the yet-untitled book, which will chronicle the 2016 election and address ‘ongoing threats to our democracy.’

‘It will give readers an idea of what it’s really like to run for president. Especially if you’re a woman. There’s a lot to that – not just hair and makeup – but ultimately it’s about resilience, how to get back up after a loss. And I think that’s something we can all relate to,’ the former Democratic nominee said.

Speaking to librarians at the conference, she talked about the profound role reading played in her life especially in the aftermath of her loss to now-President Donald Trump.

‘Over the years, my love of reading has seen me through good times and hard times,’ she said. ‘After the election one of the things that helped me most, aside from long walks in the woods and the occasional glass of Chardonnay was, once again, going back to the familiar experience of losing myself in books.’….

Hillary Clinton: Chardonnay Helped Me Cope With Election Loss

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  1. MACVEL says:

    I wonder if she is lurking on the off chance, that with some machinations, she can still get to the White House. More likely, the white house with those nice young men in their shiny white coats…

    • Maynard says:

      I suppose it would be unrealistic of me to hope that this flurry of investigations and special prosecutors will ultimately put her, not in the White House, but in the “big house”.

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