President Trump, Hillary Clinton revive campaign feud with Twitter jabs

The election may be long over, but Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are far from done going toe-to-toe.

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But her campaign ultimately saw measurable drops with women voters in the suburbs of Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, in particular, Clinton said.

Clinton said she always thought the election would be a close affair, but she ended up winning three million more votes than Trump. "At some point it sort of bleeds into misogyny", she said. "I mean, that just has to be admitted".

Clinton, in a lengthy interview at a tech conference in California, for the first time went into detail about the reasons behind her loss to Republican Donald Trump.

The former Democratic standard-bearer was perhaps her most forthcoming at Recode, even slamming her party for an inept election operation. "So I hope that we'll get enough information to be able to answer that question". It was on the verge of insolvency. "And therefore I'm going to keep writing and keep talking and keep supporting people who are on the front lines of the resistance". He uses his evidence-based approach laying out the case in "The True Jesus: Uncovering the Divinity of Christ in the Gospels".

Speaking at the 2017 Code Conference on Wednesday, the former candidate described the party's data tactics as "poor", "nonexistent" and "wrong".

"Private mode be d****d, this is too important", Therriault continued in a corresponding Tweet.

Nor did her attacks on the media sit well with certain media mavens.

President Donald Trump channeled emotions from the bitter 2016 U.S. presidential election by taking a shot at his former rival on Twitter.

Isn't it interesting that it took an insult from Clinton to get a liberal media person to admit there's no evidence of Trump collusion with Russian Federation? As she has acknowledged in public, Clinton has mentally separated out those reasons into two categories: those that could have been corrected and others that were simply out of her control.

Trump brought up the server regularly on the campaign trail. But he defended his handling of both investigations, saying that not disclosing that they were re-opening the investigation just before the election would have jeopardized the FBI's independence and that the Russian Federation investigation, which began last summer, was treated "consistently under the same principles" as the Clinton email probe. Even with the media cheerleaders behind her, Trump won over Democrats when they heard his message firsthand. She was the virtual head of the DNC she castigates. But she didn't really admit to any major campaigning errors.

Huckabee said he thinks they're trying to distract Trump and his team from implementing their agenda, but it 's not clear if they're succeeding in doing so.

  • Zachary Reyes