Kenya's Supreme Court verdict triggers Hillary Clinton to question Trump victory
Sep 19 2017 by Johnny Bowman
She is unsparing in her assessment of Trump, calling him "a clear and present danger to the country and the world".
She claimed that Mr Trump "knew [Russians] were trying to do whatever they could to discredit me with emails, so there's obviously a trail there".
Clinton has said previously that she conceded to Trump quickly and attended his inauguration because the nation's peaceful transfer of power is critical.
Clinton did not "float the possibility of contesting the 2016 election", all she did was say she's reserving the right to question the legitimacy of the election. "Now, our job is to inform voters about their choices and how those choices would impact their lives".
Clinton said should she have secured the Oval Office only to be informed by US intelligence agencies of Russia's attempts to influence the election, "I would've never stood for it". "So I was aware of the cross-currents, but I carried on in the way that I thought a presidential candidate should do".
Former Office of Government Ethics Director Walter Shaub, who repeatedly criticized the administration about potential conflicts of interest before resigning in July, slammed Trump for the retweet and said he reported it to Twitter for violating the social media platform's rules of conduct.
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Clinton, in her interview with Gross, adds that there are likely no avenues, however, for her to challenge the 2016 results if she feels she needs to.
However, the organization - which was unveiled by Clintonmore than four months ago - has seen much less coverage than the more salacious aspects of her book, "What Happened", and when you visit the organization's website, you receive only an option to donate money to the organization or read its mission statement. And, from what we know from every intelligence agency - at least to date - is that there is no evidence that any votes were changed as a result of Russian interference in the election.
A Clinton spokesman had no comment after the president tweeted the video. "And usually we don't need it". She will visit the state, which she ignored and then lost in the general election, as part of her 15-city book tour through the US and Canada. It sounds as if she thinks there's enough blame to go around.
USA intelligence reached the conclusion that Russian Federation was behind the hacking in a ploy to improve Trump's chances at clinching the presidency. 'But I was part of the women's movement that led to a revolution not just in laws, but in attitudes and doors that had been closed to young women opening'.