On Saturday, August 22, 2015, Neera Tanden <email@example.com> wrote: > > I know this email thing isn't on the level. I'm fully aware of that. But > her inability to just do a national interview and communicate genuine > feelings of remorse and regret is now, I fear, becoming a character problem > (more so than honesty). > > People hate her arrogant, like her down. It's a sexist context, but I > think it's the truth. I see no downside in her actually just saying, look, > I'm sorry. I think it will take so much air out of this. > > She always sees herself bending to "their" will when she hands over > information, etc. But the way she has to bend here is in the remorse. Not > the "if I had to do it all over again, I wouldn't do it." A real feeling > of - this decision I made created a mess and I'm sorry I did that. > > No one thinks she doesn't have the judgment to be president - she's not > reaffirming a negative characteristic in saying sorry. She needs to do > that - I see no way of moving on until October otherwise. > > Anyway, that's my advice.
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