President Trump, Hillary Clinton revive campaign feud with Twitter jabs
- Author: Megan Austin Jun 07, 2017,
Jun 07, 2017, 16:43
Hannity noted that Clinton, Democrats and the mainstream media keep trying to push the Trump-Russia story, despite no evidence of collusion between Moscow and the Trump campaign. Its data was mediocre to poor, non-existent, wrong. "It's one of the reasons she lost", the source said, in a report from the Hill.
"All that said, irony of her bashing DNC data: our models never had [Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania] looking even close to safe", Therriault tweeted.
Therriault later deleted the tweets, including one in which he said it would have been hard to raise as much cash as Clinton did without using the DNC as a "laundering vehicle". While Clinton's reference to that silliness was quick and clever, we can't help but wonder why she can't take the high road and act like a real politician, which would mean taking petty disagreements, I don't know, anywhere except social media? "What they were inheriting was the best data operation the Democratic Party has ever seen".
Clinton on Thursday said she worries Trump may already be doing "lasting damage" to the nation's institutions. And of course, she blamed the Russians - not without some justification, given their alleged role in hacking her emails and using WikiLeaks to dump them at the height of the election - and former FBI Director James Comey's investigation of her private email servers.
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In November 2016, Clinton won the national popular vote by two percent but lost the electoral college when Trump prevailed in the three Rust Belt states by razor-thin margins. In her interview at the Recode conference Wednesday, she went as far as to say that she believes American supporters of Trump colluded with the Russians.
"Eight of the top 10 political documentaries on Netflix, last time I checked, were screeds against President Obama and myself", she said.
Though members of the White House have yet to give a definitive answer as to what the meaning of the tweet might have been, press secretary Sean Spicer gave reporters a cryptic, confusing answer when asked head-on about Trump's snafu during his daily briefing.
In response, Clinton brought up Trump's infamous and indecipherable "covfefe" tweet, writing: "People in covfefe houses shouldn't throw covfefe". She said she was certain that Trump aides assisted the Russians because the Russians could not have known by themselves how to use information to turn voters against her.