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Hillary Clinton says democracy feels by no means sure’ at Hunter College introduction

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Former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton condemned the trump management during a recording address in New York City Wednesday, saying that they have not taken “even the basic steps for the protection of our voting systems.”

Your comments to the graduates of the Hunter College came on the same day, Special Counsel Robert Mueller spoke for the first time publicly about its investigation and declared with emphasis that “the Russian officers of the secret service, which is part of the Russian military launched a concerted attack on our political system before the elections in 2016.

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“This statement deserves attention of every American,” Clinton said. “But what we have seen of the administration’s complete refusal is to be condemned, of a foreign power, attacked our democracy.”

In Mueller’s public comments, closed the book on a 2-year investigation, he is President of the Trump places repeatedly claimed that he was “exonerated” of the allegations of obstruction of justice and collusion with Russia.

“If the President had not previously commit, trust seems to be a crime, we would have said,” Miller said on Wednesday.

“We are witnesses of an attack on the rule of law and the foundations of our democracy,” Clinton said in reference to Trump’s accusations.

“We have to deal with what has been studied and reported now. When I think of the future, I think about what do we do when people in positions of authority accountable when they defy requests from the Congress, if you spread false information online.”

Clinton say a debt Trump the behavior and rhetoric for the rise in gun violence and hate crimes across the country: “to tear instead of against the bigotry and white supremacy, this government has too often worked fought for citizens’ hard rights.”

The former first lady enumerated some of the most controversial and partisan policy of the Trump-chair, refers to his ban on travel to the United States from several countries with a Muslim majority, and the separation of families on the US-Mexican border in an attempt to be faithful to the flow of migrants from Central America.

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She described the current political and social climate, the support for Nazi Germany and the persecution of Jews in 1939, is reminiscent of some of the Americans who say, “all these years later, our democracy feels by no means certain” and urged the new graduates to take action, by participating in elections.

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