Trump tells Clinton to run again for President 'in three years'

Trump tells Clinton to run again for President 'in three years'

Trump tells Clinton to run again for President 'in three years'

U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday denounced allegations of Hillary Clinton who questioned the legitimacy of his victory in last year's presidential election.

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".

She positions herself as extremely anxious about the integrity of future elections, given what she believes happened to her, but would Clinton be so concerned with voter suppression and "weaponized misinformation" if she had won last November?

"That's why I've long advocated for an independent commission to get to the bottom of what happened", she said.

More than a year after his upset election win, President Trump is still attacking Hillary Clinton.

It's not the first time since losing the election that Clinton has gone public with her thoughts on the current state of affairs.

But, much like everything Mrs. Clinton says, there's a catch to the comment - Twitter didn't exist when Bill was in office.

In her interview, she went further - and said those factors cost her the election.

"We are a country based on laws", she said previous year, "And we've had hot, contested elections going back to the very beginning, but one of our hallmarks has always been that we accept the outcomes of our elections".

"No. I would not".

"You're not going to rule it out", Gross interjected.

Clinton, who has been promoting her book on the campaign and has been headlining paid live events, said she believes the Russians' "very successful disinformation campaign" contributed to her loss.

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