Washington (CNN) — White House press secretary Sarah Sanders slammed Hillary Clinton’s new memoir Tuesday, accusing the former secretary of state with running "one of the most negative campaigns in history," adding that the book is a "sad way" for her to continue attacking President Donald Trump.
Sanders said she was unaware whether Trump is going to read the book, entitled "What Happened."
"I would think he is pretty well versed on what happened, and I think it is pretty clear to all of America," she said.
Clinton’s post-2016 campaign memoir was officially released Tuesday. It’s a nearly 500-page reflection on the 2016 campaign.
In the memoir, Clinton slams Trump as an ill-prepared president and suggests that his election was illegitimate, saying she lost primarily because of Russian intervention in the 2016 election on behalf of Trump and fired FBI Director James Comey’s announcement days before the election that the bureau was re-opening (and then closing) their investigation into Clinton’s emails.