Democrats are not looking forward to Hillary Clinton's upcoming book tour

“A collective groan.” That’s what Democratic Congressman Jared Huffman said about Hillary Clinton’s upcoming book tour. 

Clinton is set to begin a nationwide tour promoting her new book “What Happened," and several Democratic operatives are not happy.

A POLITICO report details they’re upset with Clinton for picking the scabs on 2016 topics again, including the Bernie Sanders effect, the James Comey letter and even the blame of former President Barack Obama for not speaking out more against Russia. 

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According to the report, people who worked at her Brooklyn headquarters are calling it the final torture. 

Huffman even took to Twitter to beg Clinton to stop blaming Sanders for her loss. 

Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden said, “I’ve always been a looking forward kind of guy. I think I’ll leave it at that.” 

Clinton’s current approval rating, according to an NBC News poll, is at 30 percent -- the lowest recorded for her. 

"I think she should just zip it, but she’s not going to,” one top Democratic donor told Politico.

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