Clinton and Trump are at each other's throats again

Clinton and Trump are at each other's throats again”

She lost the election because the Russians and certain "forces in this country" conspired to deprive her of election victory. This week, she told a California audience, "I take responsibility for every decision I made - but that's not why I lost (the presidential election)".

But Clinton believed during the campaign and maintains to this day that her party's data operation was utterly inadequate, hurt her candidacy and was entirely fixable.

"If you look at Facebook, the vast majority of the news items posted were fake. I've never felt the way I feel about this", Clinton said, adding, "I'm particularly concerned about the role that Russian Federation played and the very serious interference we know that they were responsible for in our most fundamental democratic act".

Hillary Clinton may be the most tone-deaf politician in modern history.

The 69-year-old Democrat said her party had fallen behind the Republicans in using technology and data to target voters.

"There is a new spirit running through the Democratic Party,"Mr. Ellison said".

Defense fails Cavs in 113-91 Game 1 loss in NBA Finals
The Wine & Gold and Warriors split their 2016/17 regular-season series with each team winning on its home floor. When asked what was different about the Warriors compared to their two previous Finals , James was succinct.

What Jose Mourinho told his four debutants before Crystal Palace win
He added: "The loan helped me a lot, made me gain experience and some first-team football in the first division in Portugal". Jones has started the last three games for United , but it is unsure whether he will start in Wednesday's final.

ESPN reportedly lays off Hall of Fame NFL reporter John Clayton
Clayton alluded to the ad in his announcement Wednesday. "Trent Dilfer, Ed Werder and Britt McHenry are also out", WEEI recalled . ESPN announced in April it was laying off about 100 people, including some well-known on-air names.

She also pointed to the length of Russian involvement in the Presidential elections the intelligence assessment that said Russia helped Trump to defeat Clinton.

However, at the same time, Clinton also feels she was "the victim of the very broad assumption" that she was going to win. She insisted that those people must have been Americans. "The Russians, in my opinion, and based on the intel and counter-intel people I've talked to, could not have known how best to weaponise that information unless they had been guided". "By Americans", Clinton argued, according to the Daily Mail. However, when asked on CNN's "Erin Burnett Outfront" on Thursday about Clinton's remarks, Perez said, "There are a lot of reasons for not winning that election". "I have found the hard way that a gift all women can give to themselves is self-awareness, and I hope she finds some soon".

"That is incredibly risky", she said. Here are a few responses to Clinton's allegations.

"It was a vast right-wing conspiracy".

Andrew Therriault, the DNC's former director of data science, tweeted the following (now deleted) messages to his team, firing back at Clinton.

Hannity noted that Clinton, Democrats and the mainstream media keep trying to push the Trump-Russia story, despite no evidence of collusion between Moscow and the Trump campaign.

Like this


07 June 2017
Apple's new iMac Pro rocks 18-core CPU, Radeon Vega GPU
Meanwhile, the 27-inch 5K model will have a choice of Radeon Pro 570, 575, and 580 graphics cards, topping out at 8GB of VRAM. The truly insatiable will be able to add 128GB of ECC RAM and 4TB of PCIe SSD storage to their iMac Pros , as well.

07 June 2017
White House tries to regroup, but Trump isn't helping
If he doesn't want media coverage of tweets, then he needs to find a way to communicate more discreetly to the faithful. That is and ought to be impossible, particularly now that the man is in office.

06 June 2017
Man jumps into moving car to save driver having a seizure
Randy Tompkins is then seen stopping his truck , rushing to the car's open passenger window and diving in. They were tailing the vehicle when it began to drift into incoming lanes of traffic.

05 June 2017
Mercedes try to solve Lewis Hamilton's vehicle problems which threaten title tilt
With Vettel's victory, Hamilton now sits 25 points behind in the F1 drivers' championship with 14 races remaining this season. After starting 13th, Hamilton recovered to seventh place. "It's still second place but it doesn't feel awfully good".

03 June 2017
Some of the funniest reactions to Theresa May's no-show
Ms Lucas, who performed strongly throughout, said Ms Rudd's response on disability benefits was "downright insulting". She might be out there sizing up your house to pay for your social care. "It's not like that".

03 June 2017
Ireland's ruling Fine Gael party set to announce new leader
Ireland is on the cusp of electing its first gay premier after the ruling Fine Gael party revealed its new leader, Leo Varadkar . The current minister for social protection is also openly gay and the son of a Hindu immigrant father who was born in India.

02 June 2017
Adam Silver thinks LaVar Ball will 'settle down' after Lonzo is drafted
It's been no secret that UCLA point guard Lonzo Ball hopes to stay in California and play for the Lakers. UCLA's Lonzo Ball , right, greets his father, LaVar, after a game in March.

02 June 2017
Trump Delays Promised U.S. Embassy Move To Jerusalem
President Donald Trump signed a waiver Thursday delaying the move of the USA embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem . Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the move has hurt the prospects for peace with the Palestinians.

01 June 2017
Former White House press officer Boris Epshteyn questioned in Russia probe
Whether Lewandowski ends up involved in the White House communications team or not, this administration has a big task ahead. Dubke's tenure is open-ended and it's unclear if he'll officially depart the White House before a successor is named.

31 May 2017
Japan urges China to do more to pressure North Korea
North Korea's state media earlier accused the U.S. of staging a drill to practice dropping nuclear bombs on the Korean Peninsula. Leader Kim Jong Un oversaw the launch of the missile early Monday from the country's east coast.