DNC Allies: Clinton Wrong to Blame National Party for Loss

Hillary Clinton has been told it's time to "move on" after she added her own party officials to the list of those she blames for her 2016 election loss.

While being interviewed at the Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., Wednesday, Clinton said she believed the Russians had been "guided" to spread misinformation about her during the race for the White House. However, when asked on CNN's "Erin Burnett Outfront" on Thursday about Clinton's remarks, Perez said, "There are a lot of reasons for not winning that election".

Clinton went on to dismiss her email scandal as: "the biggest nothing-burger ever".

And the man in charge of that server investigation, Comey, didn't escape Clinton's wrath, either - particularly at issue for Clinton was the letter Comey sent to Congress late in the campaign announcing new evidence in the case may have been discovered. "I inherit nothing from the Democratic Party", Ms. Clinton said. Its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong. After posting, my tweets got way more attention than I'd expected, and most of it wasn't from people who actually cared about DNC data; it was from people who either wanted to re-argue last year's elections or enjoyed watching Dems fight amongst themselves.

"Her team thought they knew better", Therriault said, noting that those states helped give President Donald Trump his electoral college win.

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To pull it off, Russians would have needed to be "guided by Americans", she added later. I think she's a wonderful person that served this country - so I'm not looking back. "If the Democrats are to have a future, they must offer something better, more honest, and more inspiring".

"If you look at Facebook, the vast majority of the news items posted were fake".

This time she blamed the New York Times for its coverage of the e-mail scandal, the Democratic National Committee for providing her with bad data and former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey for the late October e-mail surprise.

"Crooked Hillary Clinton now blames everybody but herself, refuses to say she was a bad candidate", he wrote.

Clinton said "Russian agents" released the emails shortly after a recording was leaked of then-candidate Trump speaking disparagingly about women on the set of "Access Hollywood". "This is a partywide failure, and it will require more than just banishing the Clintons from politics", is how Nathan Robinson, the editor of Current Affairs puts it. She didn't bother to mention that DNC operatives were alleged to have helped her secure the nomination in the first place.

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