Bill Clinton breaks with Hillary on impact of Comey letter

Bill Clinton breaks with Hillary on impact of Comey letter

Bill Clinton breaks with Hillary on impact of Comey letter

17, 2017, in Washington.

President Donald Trump called out Hillary Clinton on Twitter early Saturday, once again trotting out the "Crooked Hillary" nickname and branding her the "worst (and biggest) loser of all time".

The Republican president was likely responding to a Mother Jones interview published Friday in which Clinton questioned last year's election results, amid evidence that Russian Federation tried to influence the race outcome.

In the tweet Trump mocks Hillary for her stubbornness after being defeated in the 2016 elections and boasts that it will also help his party.

In an interview on Friday Clinton had said she wanted Trump to take resposibility for the sexual assault allegations against him. Clinton, who has spent the past year assigning blame for her defeat and refusing to acknowledge possible personal shortcomings, pointed to alleged Russian interference and voter suppression as cause for concern.

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"He didn't tweet about it, he got to work about it and he actually got it done", she said of former President Clinton.

The Russians used "weaponized false information" in "a very successful disinformation campaign" that "wasn't just influencing voters - it was determining the outcome", Clinton told the publication in an interview in Manhattan.

Failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said husband Bill might not have been elected president if Fox News had been around when he first ran.

Hillary Clinton once again questioned the legitimacy of the 2016 election this week, and Trump responded with resounding criticism.

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