Hillary Clinton and Democratic Party 'colluded' against Sanders


Clinton, he charged, had colluded with the Democratic Party to defeat Senator Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary race. "Is she allowed to so collude? Unfair to Bernie!" Trump tweeted without any context or reasoning.

The tweet is an apparent reference to a cache of almost 20,000 hacked Democratic National Committee emails released by WikiLeaks almost one year ago that Sanders' supporters' said bolstered their claims that the party favoured Clinton.

In case anyone cares, President Trump also tweeted he was going to be Fox & Friends this morning and to "enjoy" it.

"By the way, if Russian Federation was working so hard on the 2016 Election, it all took place during the Obama Admin".

Podesta's hacked email account became central to Russian meddling in the U.S. election previous year and embarrassment for Clinton in the heat of the campaign season. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Florida, resigning as the DNC chair.

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"Just out: The Obama Administration knew far in advance of November 8th about election meddling by Russian Federation".

On Friday and Saturday, Trump turned to Twitter to lash out at Obama administration officials for not taking stronger actions against Russian election meddling - despite for months disputing that such meddling had occurred.

"This is a barbaric and immoral piece of legislation", Sanders told the crowd Saturday night.

So far, five Republicans have come out in opposition to the current version of the bill, creating major obstacles for getting the legislation passed.

Former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook, a CNN political commentator, said Trump should move on from the election and address concerns over threats to the nation's elections. "So I think we have to just understand first, why he isn't turning them over and then go from there".