Clinton: Trump unleashed 'dangerous' level of hate

Sunday, 04 Jun, 2017

When Mossberg lamented that Democrats had fallen "way behind" Republicans on the technology front, Clinton let loose.

The Democratic Party nominee said she "inherited nothing" from the Democratic National Committee and accused the media of endlessly fanning the flames of her email scandal. "I mean it was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency, its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong". "I will tell you, it doesn't take much to rip off the politeness and the accommodation that really keeps diverse peoples working and living together".

Speaking at a tech conference in California this week, Hillary Clinton launched into another diatribe about the forces which conspired against her in the 2016 election.

The early hours of Wednesday morning found Donald Trump in a familiar place: on Twitter, looking for something to say.

Asked who those persons could be, Clinton said: "We're getting more information about all of the contacts between Trump campaign officials and Trump associates with Russians before, during and after the election".

Clinton's lament, however, helps neither her nor the investigation into Russia's meddling in the election.

Comey two days before the election closed the second Clinton email investigation. "It would be more productive to sit down with Tom Perez and folks at the DNC and focus on rebuilding our party from the inside out to be better prepared for midterm elections in 2018". We're involved in all these things.

"I think, like a lot of young girls of my time, I read every Nancy Drew book", she said.

She has been increasingly explicit in alleging mischief on the part of the Russians and the Trump campaign, frequently pointing her finger directly at Trump himself.

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"I'm leaning Trump", she said of the connections.

Mrs Clinton said on Thursday that she feared Mr Trump may already be doing "lasting damage" to U.S. institutions.

Clinton wasted little time in responding to Trump's tweet with a quip of her own, joining in on the meme of the moment: "People in covfefe houses shouldn't throw covfefe".

While he admitted that the targeting that determines "who the campaign should talk to" may have been off, Hagner says the core DNC data file was spot-on. "Am I angry? Yes".

"They covered it like it was Pearl Harbor", she said.

She likened the president's strategy to that of leaders in Bosnia and Rwanda who inflamed cultural tensions to win power.

Mr Trump used the non-existent word in an incomplete sentence tweeted on Wednesday.

At the Code conference, she had joked about President Trump's incomplete Twitter post to Kara Swisher an editor at Vox Media site Recode conference, saying; "I thought it was a hidden message to the Russians". She insisted that those people must have been Americans. It's only been 36 hours and the word has already been covered well beyond ad nauseam on the web, meme'ed and thought-pieced and backlashed, and literally everything that could happen online to a piece of content did happen, to the point where even aliens traipsing about Earth Five in a parallel universe where neither Donald Trump nor the internet exist are both cognizant of it and somewhat exhausted by it.