John Podesta, Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential campaign Chairman, on Tuesday continued to blame Russia, fake news, FBI probes, and alt-right sites for the Democratic candidates followed the loss of Donald Trump, say that you created a “swirl” problems “to us through the campaign.”
Podesta said during a live-streamed Washington-Post-interview about seven months after Trump, the front Clinton to interfere. He was a Central figure in the crosscurrents to the Clinton campaign in the final weeks of the race, as the E-Mails hacked by a Podesta of his personal account, which were published by WikiLeaks.
Clinton has since partially the fault of Wikileaks, and the Russian interference –together with the FBI is already late, to reconsider the decision, its investigation into your personal E-Mail use as the Secretary of state – for their loss.
Podesta repeated the message on Tuesday, and further argues that the so-called fake-news-and alt-right sides together “undertow” and “echo-system, that really pushed that information out.”
Podesta’s personal E-Mail account hacked, in fact, much dominated by the news and created problems for the campaign from its message.
Podesta on Tuesday also confirmed that Clinton’s use of a private E-Mail system, although the Secretary of state violated the campaign. Outside of the Clinton campaign itself, a number of Democratic analysts have said Clinton, a former senator, first lady and 2008 presidential candidate, represented the establishment-wing of the party and failed to connect with working-class voters.
As for the E-Mail leaks, Podesta argued that Russia originally, “undermine the Democratic process, saw the value of helping trump.”
He argued that the U.S. intelligence community has concluded that interference favors Trump and the situation is clear, if you consider the “Trump accepted a lot of [Russian President Vladimir] Putin’s foreign policy, including the undermining of NATO.”
Podesta warned that Russia is the interference of an international group, if you consider turned up similar evidence in France, while in the country at the last elections, and elsewhere in Europe.
“It is a global phenomenon,” he said. “It should be a concern to [all], not only the Clinton supporters.”
Podesta, chief of staff to former President Bill Clinton, also called the ” Trump “bully who kicks people who try to stand up to him,” and said his government will remain in turmoil until he has the right people in place.