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In a new USA Today interview Hillary Clinton says she will leave the word collusion to legal experts but she is "certain" there was "an understanding" between members of the Donald Trump campaign and Russian Federation.

When asked if she believes that there was collusion by Trump associates with Russians during the campaign, Clinton said: "I'm convinced of it".

In a May 2017 interview, Clinton had said: "The best estimate is that 200,000 people in Wisconsin were either denied or chilled in their efforts to vote" in the 2016 presidential election.

Clinton - who on Tuesday will release "What Happened", her memoir of the 2016 campaign - does plan to stay involved in national politics, just not as an "active politician" who may launch a campaign.

Perhaps the morning show host was trying to get back on Clinton's good side after she trashed him in the book, accusing him of an "ambush" interview a couple months before the election.

"This man is President of the United States", Clinton writes, "And no one is happier than Vladimir Putin". "I'm not saying he's going to start killing journalists, but I am saying that he likes the idea of unaccountable, unchecked power".

Clinton on Sunday acknowledged that Trump successfully tapped into voters' race- and class-based "anger", "nostalgia" and "resentment", and regrets that during her campaign, she did not effectively illustrate that she understood those sentiments.

But Clinton writes that her campaign had more staff and spent more on advertising in both MI and Pennsylvania, two states she lost, than President Barack Obama did when he won them in 2012. "I just have to wait this out.' But then, midnight, I decided, 'Well - you know, looks like it's not gonna work.' I felt like I had let everybody down".

Huckabee Sanders added she's "not sure" whether President Trump meant to read Clinton's tell-all on her failed 2016 campaign, but told reporters during a briefing Tuesday that he has very little need to do so.

She did give her reaction to the new revelation that Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., having a meeting during the campaign with people associated with Russian Federation in which he was promised dirt on Clinton.

Clinton waved to supporters and chatted as she signed copies of her new book.

But she stopped short of claiming that President Trump or his associates colluded with Russian Federation to influence the election.

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