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Trump fires back at Bill Clinton over election comments

 

Donald Trump fired back at Bill Clinton on Tuesday after the Ex-President is quoted to ridicule the President-elect, the intelligence and the debt-to-FBI Director James Comey and “evil white men” for Hillary Clinton’s defeat.

The comments arose after an editor at the Bedford-Pound Ridge Record Review, caught in a spontaneous Q & A with Bill Clinton in a New York bookstore, and published the details in the paper-print edition. The editorial is not online, but the content was Politico reports displayed.

“He doesn’t know much,” Clinton said, when asked if Trump was smart. “One thing he knows is how angry, white men who vote for him.”

He also said that Trump called him a day after the election.

Trump on Twitter, denied the detail and tried to turn the tables on the former President’s questioning of the Clinton team understood what it took to motivate, voters in the key swing states.

Bill Clinton said, I called him after the election. Wrong, he called me (with a very cute congratulations). He “not know much” …

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 20, 2016

above all, how to people even with an unlimited budget, the election in key swing-States ( and more). They focused on the wrong countries

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 20, 2016

“They focused on the wrong countries,” Trump wrote, in an apparent reference to the post-election reports, which detailed how the Clinton campaign failed to focus their resources and get-out-the-vote efforts in key Midwestern States, which helped to swing the election to the Trump at the end.

Clinton, though, had placed the blame for Hillary Clinton’s defeat, the directly on the feet of Comey announced 11 days before the election that the FBI was the evaluation of newly discovered E-Mails for all the bindings for the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s secret server. Comey said the Congress two days before the election, the FBI found no new evidence.

“James Comey cost you the election,” Clinton said during the discussion at the New Yorker bookstore.

Clinton also said he believed that the allegations that Russia was responsible for a series of pre-election-hacks that resulted in embarrassing and politically harmful files of prominent Democrats in the connection with Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

To double, Clinton Monday, he threw in his vote for his wife in Albany, New York

According to CBS News, he said they fought for “that by means of fake E-Mail for quote” and “enforced”, but “at the end, we had the Russians and the FBI offer and you could not prevail against it.”

Trump was victory, reiterated in the Electoral College on Monday.

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