"We would promise a bold infrastructure investment plan or an ambitious new apprenticeship program for young people, and then Bernie would announce basically the same thing, but bigger", she said.
The defeated former candidate opens up about last year's extraordinary election campaign in her new book What Happened.
The former USA secretary of state writes: "I go back over my own shortcomings and the mistakes we made". "At the same time, I tried to explain to them that you could be excited for someone with whom you disagree, and share in that moment in history as a proud American". "You can blame the data, blame the message, blame anything you want, but I was the candidate", she writes in "What Happened", according to CNN. It was my campaign.
"Bernie is not the reason you lost", Meyers said to Clinton.
In her book, which is set to be released on September 12, Clinton wrote that she was planning to "hit back hard" at Comey but her campaign advised her against it.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during a rally outside the University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning November 7, 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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A report in The Hill from Jonathan Easley provides a few more insights into Hillary Clinton's complaints-and shows some Democrats annoyed that she won't just go away. "We have to guard against backsliding, especially with this administration-turning the clock back on women's roles in everything from business and politics to the military", she said. "It got ugly and more than a little sexist", she wrote.
Of course, there is a difference between these Trump voters and the "Bernie Bro" wing of Sanders' supporters.
The book also oozes with contempt for Trump, the campaign he ran and the President he has become.
"What makes me such a lightning rod for fury?"
Clinton wrote: "That's what it was like in policy debates with Bernie". On issue after issue, it was like he kept proposing four-minute abs, or even no-minute abs. "The answers were always yes".