Trump hits Clinton as 'biggest loser;' Clinton questions legitimacy of election

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified before Congress about contacts between Trump's campaign and Russia

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified before Congress about contacts between Trump’s campaign and Russia

The President took to Twitter on Saturday, November 18, 2017 to call the former Democratic candidate for President the "worst and biggest loser of all time", and that has people firing back at the President.

Trump continued: "She just can't stop, which is so good for the Republican Party".

Trump's comments came in response to a Clinton interview with Mother Jones, in which she questioned the legitimacy of the 2016 election and the results thereof.

She suggested that she believes the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians, something Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team has been investigating but the president has flatly denied.

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Clinton has said she will not run for office again. And, in an interview with WABC Radio host Rita Cosby on Friday she said she "didn't think he'd be as bad as he turned out to be". "Propaganda works. Advertising works".

And Congress is amid several investigations related to Russia meddle, which the USA intelligence community says in true but Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to deny. "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 won the popular vote in last year's election, but Trump prevailed in the Electoral College thanks to narrow victories in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.

"Donald Trump refused to say that he'd respect the results of this election", Clinton tweeted in October of previous year.

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