Bill Clinton addressed a correspondent of a week after week daily paper serving the towns of Bedford and Pound Ridge, New York, not a long way from the Clintons’ home in Chappaqua, New York. The previous president held court on Dec. 10 in Pleasantville, New York, where he took inquiries from the columnist and different clients inside a little book shop.

On the topic of Russian cyberattacks harming the office of his better half, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, the previous president said “you would need a solitary digit IQ not to perceive what was going on.” But rather he pointed the finger at FBI Director James Comey for her misfortune, telling those accumulated around him that he had “cost her the race” by declaring with under two weeks to go before the race that the department was inspecting crisp confirmation identified with her utilization of a private email server amid her residency as secretary of state.

Clinton’s remarks were distributed in the daily paper’s print version, on Dec. 16, however have not been distributed on the web.

The previous president affirmed that he had, actually, got a telephone call from Trump on the day after the decision and that the Manhattan extremely rich person was oddly cheerful, “similar to it was 15 years back” when he was well disposed with the Clintons and would associate with them. Clinton said Trump let him know that Hillary Clinton “was harder than I suspected she’d be.”

He additionally laughed at the general claim from Trump and his group that the president-elect’s Election Day win spoke to an “avalanche” triumph, notwithstanding the way that he lost the mainstream vote. “Avalanche? I got something like 370 appointive votes,” Clinton said, effectively reviewing his 1992 aggregate. “That was an avalanche.”