Clinton's comments come as countries grapple with both the adoption and the regulation of cryptocurrencies.
The accused set up a pro-Trump PAC called "Liberty Action Group" and a pro-Clinton PAC called "Progressive Priorities" in 2016.
"We didn't show out numbers that we needed to," Abedin said of Tuesday's elections. "The other side obviously was very motivated."
In an interview, Abedin shares her faith and therapy helped her through her ex-husband's sexting scandal.
Abedin ultimately argues that FBI director James Comey was to blame for the "nuclear bomb" that caused Clinton to lose the election Trump.
"I just didn't know how to extricate myself from this situation," Abedin wrote, referring to the first time she met Weiner at a 2001 Democratic retreat.
The discovery of Weiner's laptop resulted in the FBI reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of private emails as Secretary of State.
Abedin said that that she was attacked by the lawmaker - whose identity was not disclosed - after a dinner in Washington, DC, in 2005.
"His fever and white blood cell count are normalized and he will return home to New York to finish his course of antibiotics," his doctor said.
"We're fucked," Schiff told his staffers, according to his new memoir.
"Trump 2020 resembled Hillary 2016. You had too much money, too much time, too much ego," Conway reportedly told Trump about missteps from last year.
Sarah Paulson looks practically unrecognizable as Monica Lewinsky's one-time confidante, Linda Tripp.
A Virginia man used Wikileaks emails to accuse the Clinton campaign of getting illegal "in-kind" donations via favorable media coverage.
Briefing Bill Clinton after Trump bragged about his manhood in a debate was one of the more "awkward moments" of his life, an ex-staffer told Insider.
"We don't have Trump being...a spokesperson for Putin any longer. We have a president who will stand up and defend American interests," Clinton said.
The Vermont senator was the main competitor of Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton in the 2020 and 2016 Democratic primaries.
Jason Sullivan, a former social-media advisor to Roger Stone, made a gesture appearing to resemble a hanging and received loud cheers from a crowd.