Trump dares 'loser' Clinton to run again

"As we learn more about it, we know that the web of connections between people on Trump's team and Russian representatives just gets more and more dense", Clinton said.

Trump attacked his former Democratic rival as "the worst (and biggest) loser of all time" on Saturday in a tweet.


The Twitter tantrum came after Clinton dropped a much-needed dose of truth on Trump, saying in an interview that the president's attacks on Democratic Sen.

Clinton called the Uranium One allegations "a political stunt by the Trump Administration and its allies to distract from the very serious information coming out about the Trump campaign's connections with Russian Federation".

In a tweet Saturday morning, Trump told the 2016 popular vote victor to "get on with your life" but urged her to "give it another try in three years".

Trump has always denied allegations made by several women to the New York Times before the election, and around the time of the release of infamous 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape.

On WABC radio, Clinton said the Franken situation differs from Moore because the Minnesota senator apologized said he would "gladly cooperate" with an ethics investigation.

She also singled out Wisconsin, a state she lost, and accused Republicans there of voter suppression through things like voter ID laws, which require voters to show identification to vote. "I didn't think he'd be as bad as he turned out to be", she added.

On Roy Moore she said, "Clearly he doesn't appear to be someone who will bring respect and honor to the state of Alabama".

Clinton, also a former senator from NY and first lady, called the GOP tax reform plan "bad policy" that's "downright cruel" to working Americans.

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

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