Clinton 'The Worst (and Biggest) Loser of All Time'

Trump Calls Clinton'Biggest Loser of All Time After She Contests Election

Trump Calls Clinton'Biggest Loser of All Time After She Contests Election

Trump lashed out at his former rival on Saturday, calling called Clinton "the worst (and biggest) loser of all time", after the ex-Democratic nominee made pointed criticisms in a series of interviews about Trump's political and moral legitimacy.

In last year's presidential election, Clinton won the popular vote but Trump prevailed in the Electoral College as a result of narrow wins in USA states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.

Questioning the legitimacy of the results, she said, "I think it was one of the major contributors to the outcome". "And we don't have a method for contesting that in our system".

Looking past a network like MSNBC, which all but serves as the campaign arm of the Democratic Party, she denounced Fox News for its partisanship.

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The president tweeted: "Give it another try in three years", in an apparent attempt to bait Clinton to run for president again. She called for an independent commission to investigate the matter.

Clinton questioned why Trump was never hurt by past allegations from women that he behaved improperly. In the first debate, Clinton said that she supported democracy and would accept the results of the election.

The Russians used "weaponized false information" in "a very successful disinformation campaign" that "wasn't just influencing voters - it was determining the outcome", Clinton told the publication in an interview in Manhattan.

It also cites a University of Wisconsin study that said the state's new voter law that required voters to show a Wisconsin driver's license or other ID blocked or deterred up to 45,000 people statewide - and Clinton lost Wisconsin by 23,000 votes.

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