Fox's Guilfoyle: Clinton 'mad at everybody'

Fox's Guilfoyle: Clinton 'mad at everybody'
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Fox News's Kimberly Guilfoyle says Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonFive takeaways from Trump's 2020 kickoff rally Five takeaways from Trump's 2020 kickoff rally Trump jokes he'd get 'electric chair' if he deleted even one 'love note' email to Melania MORE's new book about why she lost the 2016 presidential election is "replete with page after page of blaming everyone else."

"The thing is she’d have no book if she was like, 'OK, I suck. I didn’t campaign hard enough. I didn’t do a good job.' There would be no book," Guilfoyle said during a discussion on "The Five" Tuesday night.

"So instead, it’s just replete with page after page of blaming everyone else," she continued. "She’s even, like, blaming young voters that were like, 'Oh, I’m sorry. I wish I would have voted.'

"She’s mad at them, too. Mad at everybody."

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Clinton's book was analyzed far and wide on cable news on Tuesday as the former Democratic presidential nominee's "What Happened" hit bookstores. It lists in detail a variety of reasons why she thinks was defeated in stunning fashion by real estate mogul Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpGOP senator introduces bill to hold online platforms liable for political bias Rubio responds to journalist who called it 'strange' to see him at Trump rally Rubio responds to journalist who called it 'strange' to see him at Trump rally MORE in a race almost all observers predicted she would win easily.

Clinton points the finger at her Democratic primary rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.); former Vice President Joe Biden; former FBI Director James Comey; Russian meddling in the election; The New York Times's coverage of her email controversy; and NBC's Matt Lauer for asking questions about the emails during a presidential forum, among others.

Clinton led Trump in the polls during the general election season for months leading up to Election Day, but lost key Rust Belt states Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan to lose the Electoral College vote, 306-232.

The former first lady and secretary of State will appear on NBC's "Today," ABC's "The View" and CBS's "Late Night with Stephen Colbert" on Wednesday.