Well, Hillary Clinton is at it again. And, unfortunately, she is still singing the same tune she’s been belting to the public for months.

New York Magazine recently wrote a feature article about Hillary Clinton and her life post-election. In the article, Clinton persists that she “beat” both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in November’s presidential election.

Despite the election’s completion over six months ago, Hillary Clinton is still spewing angry remarks about our president, Donald Trump. From the New York Magazine featured article, is clear that the former presidential candidate is still incredibly bitter about her loss to Trump in November.

According to FreeBeacon.com:

In the [New York Magazine article] Clinton discussed her post-election status as a member of the “Resistance” to Trump, but she also reflected on the 2016 campaign, which included a harder-than-expected fight against Sanders for the nomination.

Rebecca Traister’s story interviewed numerous people from Clinton’s orbit, including speechwriter Dan Schwerin, who said Sanders and Trump were better able to reflect voter anger because they were men.

Clinton said she wanted to express her anger at Trump in the second debate but couldn’t do it for fear of giving Trump what he wanted:

But was she right that she couldn’t have expressed her anger in that debate? There are plenty of people who yearned for Clinton to get mad; during the campaign, an imagined litany of Clinton’s fury entitled “Let Me Remind You F***ers Who I Am” went viral. “Oh, I am [pissed],” she says. But as a woman in public life, “you can’t be angry for yourself. You just can’t. You can be indignant, you can be annoyed, you can be frustrated, but you can’t be angry … I don’t think anger’s a strategy.”

You mean it’s not a strategy for you, I clarify. “For me, yeah.” She pauses. “But I don’t think it’s a good strategy for most people.”

But this was an election that was, in many ways, about anger. And Trump and Sanders capitalized on that.

“Yes.” Clinton nods. “And I beat both of them.”

 It is clear from Clinton’s statements that she will not move on from her campaign defeat any time soon. In the meantime, she will continue to blame President Donald Trump for her momentous loss in November.

Despite her defeat during the election, Clinton does not appear to be changing anything about her own campaign style for future endeavors. Instead, she continues to blame “anger” for the reason she is not sitting in the Oval office today.

Whether it be because of “anger” or not, one thing is clear. Donald Trump was victorious in becoming the 45th President of the United States. And no amount of yelling, screaming, or throwing insults at President Trump is going to change that.