This latest memoir promises to be Clinton's most candid as she details her failed campaign against millionaire businessman Donald Trump.Clinton already said earlier this year that the second FBI probe into her email server cost her the presidency, stating: 'If the election had been on October 27, I would be your president.' Former FBI Director James Comey made the decision to reopen the bureau's investigation into Clinton's private server after agents discovered emails between the Democratic nominee for president and her top aide Abedin on Weiner's computer.It follows her 2014 release 'Hard Choices,' in which she detailed her time as Secretary of State under Barack Obama, who appointed her to the post just a few months after defeating her in the Democratic primary en route to his White House win.That book debuted to underwhelming sales for published Simon & Schuster, who were reportedly unable to make back the million advance they gave Clinton.The high school student he corresponded with said the online relationship began in January of 2015 while she was a sophomore and lasted for several months.At one point during a Skype chat Weiner asked her to undress and touch herself according to the girl.
I am sorry.'Weiner, a Democrat, resigned from Congress in 2011 amid a previous sexting scandal.
The new probe was opened by the FBI on October 28, and two days later a warrant was obtained to look at emails sent from Abedin's account that were found on her husband's laptop.
In their request for a warrant, an FBI agent wrote that thousands of emails between Clinton and Abedin had been discovered on the computer.
She submitted her papers on the same day he appeared in court to enter a plea of guilty to a single charge of transferring obscene material to a minor.
Weiner has agreed to accept any prison sentence of less than 27 months and register as a sex offender as part of his plea deal.