Hillary Clinton went a step further in blaming her election loss to Donald Trump on cyber attacks by Russian Federation, saying Americans including associates of the Republican president likely had a hand in the effort.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sat down with author Cheryl Strayed at the Javits Center Thursday for an event at the annual BookExpo, where she talked about more than just her published works.
Yesterday, Hillary Clinton made a decision to share yet another reason why she lost to the reality-TV star.
"I've known the Clintons for a long time", Huckabee said. "I think it's fair to ask how did that actually influence the campaign and how did they know what messages to deliver".
Mr Trump was not buying it.
Clinton this week continued taking responsibility for her loss to Donald Trump, but then immediately blaming others. "Hits Facebook & even Dems & DNC", the President tweeted.
She took to Twitter to fire back at Mr Trump.
Clinton has said that if the election had been on October 27 - the day before Comey sent a letter to members of Congress about her use of an email server - she would have won.More news: Summerhays takes advantage of Dufner collapse at Memorial
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.
The tweet remained online for some 5½ hours, drawing worldwide ridicule.
The former secretary of state and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee also touched on technology's role in the election at the Code Conference at Terranea Resort, hosted by tech news site Recode.
President Donald Trump reacted to Mrs Clinton's complaint by pouring scorn on his old foe on Twitter.
Update: Therriault comments to The Post: "Even if they weren't meant to be taken personally, yesterday's comments were hurtful to a lot of people, and it really upset me to see that happen to my team".
"We're living in such an abnormal time, when we look at the way this White House is behaving about some of the biggest challenges we face", she said.
Hillary Clinton warned Thursday that President Donald Trump has unleashed a level of hate and vitriol that is "incredibly unsafe".
Later, in response to a question from a reporter from the Mashable website, Clinton said social media platforms should play a larger role in monitoring the content on their sites and preventing false information from gaining traction and spreading online.