Hillary Clinton Claims ‘We Still Don’t Know’ Why She Lost 2016 Election
Failed presidential candidate suggests loss may be down to 'sexism'
During an interview with Edward Issac-Dovere about her historic loss to President Donald Trump, Clinton said:
“No, there was a widespread understanding that this election [in 2016] was not on the level."
"We still don’t know what really happened," Clinton said.
"I mean, there’s just a lot that I think will be revealed. History will discover.”
Clinton then repeatedly protested she won the popular mandate by nearly three million votes, arguing put the actual results into question.
“But you don’t win by three million votes and have all this other shenanigans, and stuff going on and not come away with an idea like, ‘Whoa, something’s not right here,'” she said.
Not missing a beat, Clinton blamed Facebook, Russian disinformation, and Vladimir Putin for her loss.
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She then warned about it happening again in 2020.
“With the 2020 election, we know — from all the reporting that’s been done, and lots of external comments from people who have seen classified information — that the Russians are at it again, disinformation is at it again,” she said.
Clinton also blamed sexism for her loss in 2016.
“I just think that there still is a significant percentage of men and women who are not comfortable with the idea of a woman president,” she said.
“It is something I saw; it is something I experienced.”
Last year, Clinton called for election "rematch" between herself and President Donald Trump, claiming "I can beat him again.”
Clinton said the "delusional" president was "obsessed" with her, stating, "so, maybe there does need to be a rematch" between her and Trump.
Clinton admitted last year, on the Howard Stern Show that attending Trump’s inauguration was one of the most difficult days of her life.