President Donald Trump on Saturday dared his former Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, to run against him again, a day after she questioned the legitimacy of last year's election and blamed her loss on Russian interference and voter suppression.
In last year's presidential election, Clinton won the popular vote but Trump prevailed in the Electoral College as a result of narrow wins in US states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.
"They are delivering partisan advocacy positions irrespective of the truth, the facts, the evidence", Clinton said.
Questioning the legitimacy of the results, she said, "I think it was one of the major contributors to the outcome".
"If the voters hadn't really been told that the email.was the most important issue since the end of World War II, I doubt if the Federal Bureau of Investigation director could have flung the election at the end".
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She said Russia, Trump and the GOP were the sources of those things. "Propaganda works. Advertising works. So the Russians may have started out a little heavy-handed and clumsy about it, but they were clearly getting guided as to where to target a lot of their fraudulent claims and phony news".
Clinton said "the very clear policy of the Republican administration in Wisconsin to shrink the electorate and suppress votes certainly cost me votes, and very well could have cost me the election there".
Clinton even argued that Trump refusing to say he would accept the results of the election was a threat to American democracy.
Only this time, he took his criticism of Clinton up a notch, saying Clinton is the "worst and biggest loser of all time".