Clinton slams apparent US-Russia collusion against her

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She suggested that Trump and his allies were using Twitter and other social media to sidetrack Americans' attention from the investigations into the influence of Russian Federation during the presidential campaign or the Republican health care bill. "It was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency, its data was mediocre to poor, non-existent, wrong", Clinton said, according to The Washington Post.

Even with nearly 50 reporters devoted to constant attacks on Trump during the entire campaign, she couldn't stop him.

"All that said, irony of her bashing DNC data: our models never had [Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania] looking even close to safe", Therriault tweeted.

She wrote, "People in the covfefe houses shouldn't throw covfefe". President Trump campaigned to win the Electoral College vote and Clinton could not stop him from winning the blue states needed to secure victory.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looks out at the audience as she speaks during the Book Expo event in New York, Thursday, June 1, 2017.

"So I set up my campaign and we have our own data operation".

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Of Hillary's attack against the Democratic Party, Fallon refused to "point fingers at the DNC", adding: "I won't back that".

"What we thought we were doing ... was going to Obama 3.0 - better targeting, better messaging and the ability to both turn out our voters as we identified them and to communicate more broadly with voters", she said. "I had to inject money into it to keep it going". In her interview at the Recode conference Wednesday, she went as far as to say that she believes American supporters of Trump colluded with the Russians.

But Andrew Therriault, former DNC director of data science, lashed out at Mrs Clinton in a series of tweets that have since been deleted. "Dump it now, '" she said.

Clinton was widely projected by pundits and pollsters to win the November 2016 election, but ultimately fell to President Trump after he made surprise wins in key states such as Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and MI. And she has proffered a reason she was defeated, which also happens to be the same reason there are two federal investigations underway about Trump and his people: Russian Federation.

Huckabee said he thinks they're trying to distract Trump and his team from implementing their agenda, but it 's not clear if they're succeeding in doing so.

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