What is Hillary Clinton thinking?
- Author: Leroy Wright Jun 11, 2017,
Jun 11, 2017, 16:45
Since then, Clinton has said that she takes responsibility for the loss. I mean, it was bankrupt. Here are a few responses to Clinton's allegations.
"Eight of the top 10 political documentaries on Netflix, last time I checked, were screeds against President Obama and myself", she said.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she is not the reason she lost the White House to President Donald Trump, but instead put the blame on almost everyone from the DNC to Netflix. "I had to inject money into it".
"Private mode be d****d, this is too important", Therriault continued in a corresponding Tweet.
Clinton was widely projected by pundits and pollsters to win the November 2016 election, but ultimately fell to President Trump after he made surprise wins in key states such as Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and MI.
The trouble started yesterday when Mrs Clinton raised questions over whether Mr Trump's campaign was linked to the alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 USA presidential election. "Hits Facebook & even Dems & DNC", he said.
Julie Pace, a White House correspondent for The Associated Press, said "there is a desire" to see Clinton "take ownership" for her loss. "I'm not willing to let my people be thrown under the bus without a fight".
Clinton said that WikiLeaks is orchestrated by Russian intelligence and she indirectly accused Trump campaign aides of having colluded with Moscow to undermine her campaign.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton listens to author and moderator Cheryl Strayed during the Book Expo event in New York, Thursday, June 1, 2017.
"I think this time around, the confluence of the Russian Federation hacking and that they tried to sway the election Trump's way. and the Comey thing gave her back-up to say, 'Hey, this wasn't my fault, '" the ex-adviser said. She arrogantly refused to campaign in Wisconsin, a blue state that ultimately swung to Trump, and she didn't devote almost enough resources to the other blue states of MI and Pennsylvania.
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.