Clinton: Trump unleashed 'dangerous' level of hate

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Trump condemned Clinton earlier in the week for blaming her loss on weakness in the Democratic Party and a hostile media. How "nonexistent" data could also be "wrong" is a bit confusing.

That's because of the reported role Russian Federation played in meddling with the election through a series of computer hacks against her top campaign aides and the Democratic National Committee, she said. "Hits Facebook & even Dems & DNC", he tweeted Wednesday.

Clinton says of her loss that "I'm fine as a person but I'm anxious as an American".

Clinton's allies say her joint fundraising efforts helped improve the DNC's positioning.

"This is all about the last campaign ... what I think Hillary Clinton should be figuring out is how do we empower the DNC to have the best data resources to win races this year, in 2018, and 2020". I'm now the nominee of the Democratic Party.

The former secretary of state said Russian interference in the election and the "weaponising" of information and fake news were among the key reasons behind her defeat. "I had to inject money into it, the DNC [Democratic National Committee], to keep it going".

"The Russians, in my opinion, and based on the intel and counterintel people I've talked to, could not have known how best to weaponize that information unless they had been guided", she alleged.


"Once I moved from serving someone - a man, the president - to seeking that job on my own, I was once again vulnerable to the barrage of innuendo and negativity and attacks that come with the territory of a woman who is striving to go further", Clinton said.

To back out, she said, would be "throwing out the economic opportunities that being part of the Paris agreement provide for the United States".

Andrew Therriault, who served as the DNC's director of data science and now works for the City of Boston, took exception to Clinton's criticisms in tweets that have since been deleted.

Clinton dismissed Wednesday the controversy surrounding her use of a private email server as secretary of state as a "nothing-burger" and blasted The New York Times for covering her email scandal "like it was Pearl Harbor".

Clinton said that WikiLeaks is orchestrated by Russian intelligence and she indirectly accused Trump campaign aides of having colluded with Moscow to undermine her campaign.

Another Therriault tweet captured by the Tax Foundation's Alan Cole and another Twitter user pointed to the Clinton campaign ignoring DNC warnings about Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

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