Hillary Clinton is still crying over spilt milk, blaming everyone but herself for not getting elected president nearly a year ago.

And you can read all about it in her new book she is promoting, the title of which sounds like a bad Saturday Night Live skit, “What Happened.”

She blames her emails, her pledge to put coal out of business, Russia, the DNC, sexism, Obama, Bernie Sanders, Wikileaks, campaign finance, and women pressured by their husband and fathers not to vote for her, among other excuses.

Clinton is now refusing to rule out challenging the legitimacy of 2016 election, which led U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner to tweet this:


Gardner’s tweet prompted outrage from the Denver Post, which in turn criticized him for questioning Clinton’s book sales tactics.

U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner took to Twitter on Monday afternoon to lambaste Hillary Clinton for not ruling out the idea of questioning the legitimacy of the 2016 election, calling her “wildly irresponsible” and saying that “she should be ashamed.”

The Post goes on to defend Hillary’s crying fit, including a rant about Trump, and points out that Gardner has also disagreed with Trump.

Comparing oranges to orangutans is one way to take the focus off Hillary’s wild claims. But just for the record, she also blames journalists for her loss.