& ldquo; I put on & rsquo; t understand it. Maybe that & rsquo; s the entire point. & rdquo; Trump challenges
'loser'Hillary Clinton to run against him in 2020 Ms Clinton appeared onstage with her hubby, Bill, at an occasion celebrating the 25th anniversary of his election. Earlier that day, Mr Trump had published a tweet calling Ms Clinton the & ldquo; worst (and biggest) loser of all time” & rdquo;. “& ldquo; She just can & rsquo; t stop, which is so helpful for the Republican politician Party, & rdquo; the President composed. & ldquo;
Hillary, proceed with your life and offer it another shot in three years! & rdquo; Mr Trump has actually tweeted about his former challenger more than 50 times because the election. He recently recommended selecting an unique district attorney to investigate her role in the 2010 sale of a uranium company to a Russian agency.Ms Clinton
, however, vowed not to let the criticism affect her, informing the audience: “& ldquo; I & rsquo; m gon na keep speaking out.”
& rdquo; Real to her word, the former Secretary of State invested much of her Saturday look criticising the existing administration. At one point, she took objective at governmental adviser Kellyanne Conway’& rsquo; s infamous claim that the White House was providing “& ldquo; alternative realities & rdquo;. & ldquo; There is no such thing as an alternative truth,” & rdquo; Ms Clinton “stated. & ldquo; It does not exist-- in politics or in nature. And it was astonishing to me the things people believed about me in this campaign".
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She likewise contrasted Mr Trump’& rsquo; s foreign policy method to her husband's, stating Mr Clinton “& ldquo; didn & rsquo; t tweet about it –-- he got to work about it”& rdquo;. Twitter was invented in 2006.
While other previous very first households, such as the Obamas, have actually been muted in their criticism of the present administration, Ms Clinton has actually not been shy about hers. In an interview published Friday, she said that if Mr Trump followed through on his hazards to “investigate her, it would be & ldquo; a signal that we're going to be like some dictatorship, some authoritarian program where political challengers are going to be unfairly, fraudulently examined.”
“& rdquo; & ldquo; It will also send a terrible signal to our nation and the world that somehow we are quiting on the type of worths we used to live by, which we utilized to promote around the world,” & rdquo; she informed Mother Jones.
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