Trump tells Clinton to run again for President 'in three years'

Kelly Massey
November 20, 2017

17, 2017, in Washington. Hillary, go on with your life and try again in three years, "Trump said on his Twitter account, alluding to the 2020 presidential election".

On Friday, Clinton told Mother Jones there were "lots of questions about" the legitimacy of Trump's election win past year.

Looking past a network like MSNBC, which all but serves as the campaign arm of the Democratic Party, she denounced Fox News for its partisanship.

"Crooked Hillary Clinton is the worst (and biggest) loser of all time", the president wrote, attacking his Democratic rival in last year's election, who won the popular vote by almost 3 million. Clinton discussed topics such as voter suppression, Russian interference in the election and the election's overall legitimacy.

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She also alleged voter suppression in the elections and said, "In a couple of places, most notably Wisconsin, I think it had a dramatic impact on the outcome". Her recent interview shows that she continues to reject the reality that she lost the presidential election.

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.

"We have a slight disagreement about this", the former president said, speaking alongside the former secretary of State at an event celebrating the 25th anniversary of his 1992 presidential victory.

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

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