teknolojiarsivi.com
teknolojiarsivi.com June 22, 2017


Hillary Clinton ridicules President Trump over 'covfefe' tweet

07 June 2017, 04:46 | Floyd Cook

Hillary Clinton says 'Americans' guided Russia's attack on her campaign, suggesting Trump's campaign 'colluded' with

Cold War! This Hilary Clinton's clapback at President Trump is everything

Hillary Clinton says that Twitter mystery was a deliberate attempt by Trump to divert attention from his misdeeds.

"It was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency, its data was mediocre to poor, non-existent, wrong", Clinton said.

The timing of leaked emails from her former campaign manager, John Podesta, was an example of that, she said.

"Private mode be damned, this is too important", he added. "Hits Facebook & even Dems & DNC", Trump tweeted at 8:40 p.m. EDT.

Some of those people helping the Russians, she said, had access to "polling and data information". And now that Clinton is casting blame upon her own national party for her loss, that's only going to exacerbate things. "I don't think we know yet", she said. She portrayed herself as a victim, even using the word to describe why the assumption she was going to win hurt her. In her interview at the Recode conference Wednesday, she went as far as to say that she believes American supporters of Trump colluded with the Russians. And that was about the 10th most controversial Trump moment on Wednesday. She likened the president's strategy to that of leaders in Bosnia and Rwanda who enflamed cultural tensions to win power.


This time she blamed the New York Times for its coverage of the e-mail scandal, the Democratic National Committee for providing her with bad data and former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey for the late October e-mail surprise.

An ever-expanding set of investigations by Congress and the Justice Department's special counsel will reveal whether any connections between the Russian government and members of the Trump campaign may have tilted the race against Clinton.

Andrew Therriault, who served as the DNC's director of data science and now works for the City of Boston, took exception to Clinton's criticisms in tweets that have since been deleted.

"I would have won had I not been subjected to the unprecedented attacks by Comey and the Russians, aided and abetted by the suppression of the vote, particularly in Wisconsin", said Clinton, who did not visit Wisconsin a single time after the Democratic National Convention in July. Ms. Clinton responded on Twitter saying: "People in covfefe houses shouldn't throw covfefe", playing on a typo made by Mr. Trump in a Twitter post a day earlier that triggered a snowstorm of meme.



Other News

Trending Now

Ready to talk with Pakistan on 'three conditions': Sushma Swaraj
The External Affairs Minister lamented that there was no progress on the the investigation of the Pathankot attack in Pakistan. She also emphasised that India was engaged with other countries on the issue of cross-border terrorism.

USA might return Eastern Shore compound to Russians
The White House is now exploring turning the estates - one of which is in Oyster Bay - back over to Moscow, the Washington Post reported .

Serena's back at a Slam! OK, sort of; she watched Venus win
A little luck has already unfolded with the loss of No6 seed Dominika Cibulkova, who Williams might have met in the fourth round. Earlier this year, Serena Williams inadvertently announced on Snapchat that she was expecting a child .

Lue: Cavs' Irving feeling 'good' after Game 4 ankle injury
He hit a driving layup with less than two minutes left in the third quarter, but stepped on one of Terry Rozier's feet. We'll need all the help we can get if we hope to extend this series and put off the offseason.

Button struggles to get a grip on F1 return
There is more value to be had with Formula One convert Fernando Alonso (+800) and Will Power (+800), who will respectively start in Rows 2 and 3.

John Clayton the latest casualty of layoffs at ESPN
ESPN declined to comment on the matter for The Post and Clayton has not responded to a request for comment. The Sporting News report notes that KIRO is owned by Bonneville International, and licenses the ESPN name.

Jewish groups praise Trump call for Muslim nations to confront Islamist extremism
The President also called upon every country in the Middle East to make sure terrorists aren't given "sanctuary on their soil". Trump even complimented Sisi on his footwear, saying: "Love your shoes".

LIGO confirms gravitational wave for third time
By way of analogy, Landry likened spacetime to the canvas of a painting. "I wouldn't bet against it, frankly", Wagoner says. Even the gravitational hum from a neutron star could theoretically be detectable once LIGO is sensitive enough.

Report of multiple casualties in incident on London Bridge
After that attack, Britain's official threat level from terrorism was raised to "critical", meaning an attack may be imminent. The mayor issued a statement early Sunday in which he urged the public to remain calm as the situation is still unfolding.

Marking difference with US, France urges dialogue with Iran
Obama's silence as Iranian leaders stole the 2009 presidential election while arresting and killing democratic protesters. Rouhani said in a press conference in the presence of over 300 domestic and foreign reporters in Tehran on Monday.