One year after losing the presidential race, 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is still questioning the "legitimacy" of President Trump's victory, accusing Republicans of voter suppression tactics in swing states and Russians of influencing votes through a "disinformation campaign". She has acknowledged she made mistakes but also has repeatedly pointed to Russian interference and Republican laws aimed at blunting turnout, particularly among black and Latino voters.
When asked whether or not she believes the election was legitimate, Clinton said: "I think that there are lots of questions about its legitimacy and we don't have a method for contesting that in our system".
She did take pot shots at Trump throughout the night, even comparing Bill Clinton to the president. "Certainly, the Trump administration has no interest in finding out the truth".
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"If the voters hadn't really been told that the email.was the most important issue since the end of World War II, I doubt if the Federal Bureau of Investigation director could have flung the election at the end".
The president responded in the best way he knows how: on Twitter.
Trump's tweet came the day after Mother Jones published an interview with Clinton in which she said that "there are lots of questions" about the legitimacy of last year's election.
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"That's why I've long advocated for an independent commission to get to the bottom of what happened", she said.
Pointing to what she called "voter suppression" in Wisconsin, Clinton said, "It seems likely that it cost me the election".
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