Hillary Clinton questions 'legitimacy' of Trump's victory in 2016 election

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonGOP rushes to cut ties to Moore Papadopoulos was in regular contact with Stephen Miller, helped edit Trump speech: report Bannon jokes Clinton got her "ass kicked" in 2016 election MORE says there are still a number of questions surrounding the legitimacy of the 2016 presidential election due to Russian interference in the race.

Trump has often attacked "crooked Hillary" in interviews and on Twitter, criticizing her for numerous issues, including her election loss and ties between her and the Clinton Foundation to the sale of USA uranium to Russian Federation while serving as secretary of State.

"She just can't stop", he continued, "which is so good for the Republican party".

"Donald Trump refused to say that he'd respect the results of this election", Clinton tweeted in October of a year ago. "Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!"

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Questioning the legitimacy of the results, she said, "I think it was one of the major contributors to the outcome".

It also cites a University of Wisconsin study that said the state's new voter law that required voters to show a Wisconsin driver's license or other ID blocked or deterred up to 45,000 people statewide - and Clinton lost Wisconsin by 23,000 votes.

"Starting in 2015 when Secretary Clinton launched her presidential campaign, we voluntarily adopted restrictions on fundraising", said Thurm in a letter on the non-profit's web site.

As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton greenlighted the Russian purchase of Uranium One, a Canadian company with uranium assets in the U.S., at a time when numerous company's owners had given a combined total of $145 million to the Clinton family charity. "Propaganda works. Advertising works".

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