Trump Mocks Hillary's Claims 2016 Election Was 'Stolen' At Rally
President mimics Hillary: 'Ahhh, I think they stole the election'
President Donald Trump mocked Hillary Clinton's recent claims that the 2016 election was "stolen" from her at a raucous "Make America Great Again" rally in Panama City Beach.
On top form, Trump assumed the infamous unreasoning facial expression of Clinton.
"Hillary Clinton is still going up, 'Ahhh, I think they stole the election,'" Trump said.
"But no, she lost. She lost," he added.
"The next time she's gotta go to Wisconsin to campaign."
Trump paused for a few seconds as chants of "lock her up!" surrounded the stadium.
He then complimented a millennial adviser to his wife denied the relative savvy of former President Bill Clinton, whose advice to ends to the Midwest.
"In all fairness her husband Bill, who is a good politician, they didn't listen to him," Trump added.
"He said, 'You better go to Wisconsin, you better go to Michigan. I'm seeing a lot of things out there ... I see a lot of Trump-Pence signs' ... And they sorta said, 'What the hell does he know?' But he's a pro; he's a pro."
Trump said the Democrats "keep trying to take" away from his election victory, a claim he often associates with special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
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Hillary made the remarks while on stage with husband Bill during part of the couple’s troubled “Evening with the Clintons” tour.
Clinton informed the crowd she has the "best campaign" but still lost the bid for the White House because it was "stolen" from her.
She also admitted she had been warning potential candidates they could suffer the "same fate."
“I think it’s also critical to understand that, as I’ve been telling candidates who have come to see me, you can run the best campaign, you can even become the nominee, and you can have the election stolen from you,” the former secretary of state said.