Clinton Says She Was 'Right' About 'Vast Russia Conspiracy'; Investigations Ongoing
- Author: Zachary Reyes Jun 02, 2017,
Jun 02, 2017, 17:22
Clinton's next book will detail her presidential campaign, which saw her become the country's first female presidential nominee from a major party, win the popular vote by almost 2.9 million votes, but lose the electoral college vote to business mogul Donald Trump.
According to NPR's Jessica Taylor, Clinton said her campaign's assertions that there was Russian meddling had been "basically shooed away".
"I'm not willing to let my people be thrown under the bus without a fight", Therriault tweeted out. "It was accurate and up-to-date and I'm grateful for their hard work".
In response to the letter writers who keep insisting that Hillary Clinton would be president if we had a popular vote, you are dreaming.
Clinton has often told her interviewers she takes "absolute personal responsibility" for the loss.
"I mean, it was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency, its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong", Clinton added.
Despite losing the indirect but all-important state-by-state electoral college count, "I won three million more [popular] votes than the other guy", she said.
The Fox News Research team totaled up the Clinton excuses and found a whopping 24 items, including James Comey, Russia, misogynists and both the Republican and Democratic parties. "He dumped that on me on October 28, and I immediately start falling", she said.
But on Wednesday she unleashed her harshest blame yet against her own party, claiming the Democratic National Committee was vastly unprepared for the 2016 election when it came to data-gathering compared to the GOP's robust operation. However, the president later said the Russian Federation investigation played a role.
Tom Bonier, the chief executive officer of TargetSmart, a Democratic voter-targeting firm, said in using the DNC's data, the Clinton campaign was "absolutely standing on the shoulders of the Obama data juggernaut".
Clinton said she is writing a book about her presidential campaign and how the email scandal affected her candidacy.
That's because of the reported role Russian Federation played in meddling with the election through a series of computer hacks against her top campaign aides and the Democratic National Committee, she said.
"The president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant", Spicer told the press, refusing to entertain the idea that "covfefe" could have been a simple typo. She'd be better off separating her defeat from the very real threat that one of America's strongest adversaries tried to interfere in our election.