Clinton says collusion cost her election loss

Elias Hubbard
June 4, 2017

As she had done previously, Clinton also said that then-FBI director James Comey dealt her campaign "a tremendous hit" when he briefly re-opened an investigation into her use of a private email account and server just days before the election. John Hagner, a former aide to the DNC and the Democrats' House and Senate campaign committees, said the data that Clinton questioned had been "accurate and up-to-date". The party has created what Clinton called institutions to support its platform and focused its efforts to more effectively reach people ahead of elections, she said.

The reaction was swift. While Fallon's criticism was tempered, he refused to back Hillary's slamming of the DNC during an appearance on CNN, Thursday. "I don't think we know yet", she said. I'm now the nominee of the Democratic Party.

She suggested that Trump and his allies were using Twitter and other social media to sidetrack Americans' attention from the investigations into the influence of Russian Federation during the presidential campaign or the Republican health care bill.

Does America want to hear her continuously blame others for a loss that was at least primarily her fault?

"I inherited nothing from the Democratic Party", she said.

The former secretary of state, whom Trump upset in the 2016 presidential election, told Recode's Kara Swisher that she took full responsibility for every decision made on the campaign trail.

"We're living in such an abnormal time, when we look at the way this White House is behaving about some of the biggest challenges we face", she said.

And in yet another deleted tweet, Therriault said the DNC's data models were not incorrect, as Clinton asserted.

"You can believe the hype on how great they were or the hype on how they weren't, but the fact is, they added something", she said.

Clinton has been mulling over the reasons that led to her unexpected defeat on November 8.

As part of their freedom of information lawsuit to obtain Hillary Clinton's emails, conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch is revealing Clinton went to great lengths to keep herself separated from the Obamas.

Hillary Clinton went a step further in blaming her election loss to Donald Trump on cyber attacks by Russian Federation, saying Americans including associates of the Republican president likely had a hand in the effort.

Clinton also revealed the books that she read in the aftermath of her devastating election loss.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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