Clinton Calls Russian Election Interference A 'Cyber 9/11'

Tricia Pearson
October 17, 2017

But when you take a knee - well that's why she lost the election. Actually, kneeling is a reverent position.

As Democratic presidential candidate in 2016, Mrs Clinton knows better...

"And if he's such a, you know, martyr of free speech, why doesn't WikiLeaks ever publish anything coming out of Russian Federation?" she added. My answer was, "I hope so!", the president wrote in a tweet.

But whatever the reason for her loss, it's unlikely Trump will get his chance at a rematch - in an interview CBS Sunday Morning host Jane Pauley, Clinton said her active political career is over.

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At the news conference, Trump said that anyone kneeling during the playing of the national anthem at sporting events is "sitting, essentially". During a public appearance in England, Clinton reportedly defended the players' right to demonstrate against racial injustice, saying it does not go against the national anthem or the American flag. You're disrespecting our flag, and you're disrespecting our country. And when confronted with the reality of her failed campaign-which even she herself acknowledges in the book-she deflected into a verbal bashing of UK Independence Party founder Nigel Farage. Coming after numerous reports regarding concerns for his lifespan in the Oval Office, his ongoing war of words against North Korean president Kim Jong-Un, plus further leads regarding Russia's involvement in his election campaign, he has further indicated his aspirations to stay in the White House for another four years. Notice that Trump doesn't mention one of the biggest factors in the 2016 election.

"So, there has been absolutely no collusion" between his campaign and Russia, Trump said.

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