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“What Happened” is the real name of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's new book, giving an autopsy view on perhaps the most surprising loss of any presidential candidate in a generation.

According to the book's Amazon page, Hillary will take us on an “exhilarating” and “infuriating” journey in this much anticipated book.

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Now free from the constraints of running, Hillary takes you inside the intense personal experience of becoming the first woman nominated for president by a major party in an election marked by rage, sexism, exhilarating highs and infuriating lows, stranger-than-fiction twists, Russian interference, and an opponent who broke all the rules. This is her most personal memoir yet.

Clinton has already spilled much of the content in the book however, using numerous speaking engagements to blame her loss on James Comey, Russians and the Democratic National Committee.

However, in a worldwide exclusive, IJR has received some shocking leaked excerpts from the book, with never-before heard details of the loss, which had pollsters burning their models and news anchors crying.

Here, in a worldwide exclusive, the true tale of What Happened:

Wisconsin:

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Michigan:

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Pennsylvania:

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Iowa:

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Florida:

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Ohio:

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South Carolina:

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Missouri:

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Indiana:

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Wyoming:

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Montana:

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South Dakota:

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North Dakota:

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Utah:

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Idaho:

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Montana:

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Arizona:

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Georgia:

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Tennessee:

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Kentucky:

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Kansas:

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Oklahoma:

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Texas:

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Louisiana:

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West Virginia:

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North Carolina:

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Mississippi:

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Alabama:

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Alaska:

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In conclusion:

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That is what happened. It will happen again, maybe with different results, in four years. And again and again because that is how our democracy works.

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