Everything President Trump has tweeted (and what it was about)

Mark Helenowski  Mother Jones

Mark Helenowski Mother Jones

"Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!".

Saturday, President Trump Tweeted that Clinton was "the worst (and biggest) loser of all time", following a string of recent interviews Clinton has held during her book tour.

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In the latest development, a man who says he was Franken's military escort on the tour, disputes Tweeden's version of events. They have heightened ideological splits in the Republican Party and could help decide who controls the Senate.

Trump did not indicate what set him off, but Clinton recently challenged the legitimacy of his election in 2016 because of evidence of Russian interference in the campaign via hacked emails and "fake news".

Clinton has said she will not run for office again. In the second presidential debate, Trump admitted to bragging on the tape about kissing and groping women, but said he never actually done any of those things. Trump's has said the voters of Alabama should decide on whether to elect Moore in next month's special election.

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She started her press conference by saying it was her final season driving full-time and immediately broke into tears. But I definitely was faced with situations at the beginning of the year that I had never faced before.

Of source, as Trump tells Clinton to get on with her life, the president has tweeted dozens of times about the former Democratic presidential nominee since defeating her last November in the election.

The American President also asked the former First Lady of the State to "give it another try after three years".

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"I'm going to keep speaking out", Clinton said at an event celebrating the 25th anniversary of former President Bill ClintonBill ClintonTop Oversight Dem pushes back on Uranium One probe Bill Clinton hits Trump, tax reform plan in Georgetown speech The Hill's 12:30 Report MORE's 1992 electoral victory. "I will predict to you that a number of Republican members of Congress who voted for it, will lose their seats in 2018".

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