Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Trump Slams ‘Crooked Hillary’ for Making Excuses for Losing the Election

The banter between President Donald Trump and his 2016 presidential election opponent Hillary Clinton continued last week, as Trump responded to Clinton’s book, What Happened on Twitter.

On Wednesday, CNN aired an interview between Anderson Cooper and Clinton, where the former secretary of state said that her failed 2016 presidential bid was due to influences outside of her control, particularly former FBI Director James Comey.

“Crooked Hillary Clinton blames everybody (and every thing) but herself for her election loss. She lost the debates and lost her direction!” Trump tweeted Wednesday night.

As Wednesday’s CNN interview continued, Clinton claimed that her election loss was, among other things, due to James Comey’s Oct. 28 announcement that the FBI was reopening the investigation into her missing emails.

“That was the determinative day because it stopped my momentum,” Clinton said.

“And it was a terrible time to try to rake through the last days of a campaign when you had this hanging over my head and it wasn’t really lifted until the Sunday before the election,” she continued.

Clinton also said she wishes future presidential hopefuls don’t have to face the roadblocks she supposedly endured during her campaign.

“Whoever runs again, probably starting in 2018, will face Russian interference, may face coordination between opposition campaigns and Russians, will face voter suppression, will face endemic sexism and misogyny,” Clinton said.

When asked if she respected the women who voted or Trump, Clinton responded that losing the white female demographic was due to a “longer-term Democratic nominee problem.”

Clinton also expressed that she wants the Electoral College to be abolished.

“If you look at our recent history we’ve had several candidates — nominees who have won the popular vote and lost the Electoral College — What does that say?” Clinton asked. “It says that an anachronism that was designed for another time no longer works if we’ve moved toward one person, one vote. That’s how we select winners.”

“I think it needs to be eliminated, I’d like to see us move beyond it,” she continued.