Trump blasts 'crooked Hillary' for blaming others for election loss

During her appearance at the conference, Clinton talked about Russia's alleged attempts to influence last year's election to Trump's benefit. I get the nomination, so I'm now the nominee of the Democratic Party. "It was aimed at me but it's a much deeper more persistent effort to literally turn the clock back on so much of what we have achieved as a country", she said. "I think it's pretty hard not to".

"Crooked Hillary Clinton now blames everybody but herself, refuses to say she was a awful candidate".

"Crooked Hillary Clinton now blames everybody but herself, refuses to say she was a bad candidate", Trump tweeted.

Former DNC director of data science Andrew Therriault swiftly blasted Clinton's comments in a series of tweets that he later deleted.

Clinton told the gathering that she was responsible for every decision the campaign made, though she did not believe they caused her surprise loss.

Clinton said she is writing a book about her presidential campaign and how the email scandal affected her candidacy.

"People in covfefe houses shouldn't throw covfefe", it said.

Mr Trump tweeted shortly before 1am that "Despite the constant negative press covfefe". The tweet remained online for some 5.5 hours, sparking worldwide ridicule.

Mr Trump used the non-existent word in an incomplete sentence tweeted on Wednesday. He gave no further explanation.

Multiple investigations into potential ties between Trump associates and Russia, as well as Russian interference in the USA election, are ongoing.

"She told a Women for Women International event in early May: "...if the election had been on October 27, I'd be your president". Former CIA Director John Brennan told lawmakers earlier this month that he was concerned about contacts between Trump associates and Russian officials, but he said he didn't know if "collusion existed".

And the man in charge of that server investigation, Comey, didn't escape Clinton's wrath, either - particularly at issue for Clinton was the letter Comey sent to Congress late in the campaign announcing new evidence in the case may have been discovered. "At some point it sort of bleeds into misogyny", she said.

Clinton, who is now writing a book, said the way her using a private server for her work email account was used against her during her campaign was "very damaging". The presidential vote was November 8.

"I'm not going anywhere", Clinton said at the annual Code Conference in the Los Angeles suburb of Rancho Palos Verdes. She said she would like to see Facebook curate its network more aggressively.

  • Leroy Wright