Clinton won't rule out questioning Trump's legitimacy if deeper Russian Federation interference proven

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"When it comes to the possibility that the winning side colluded with a foreign power to influence the election outcome, the Constitution doesn't offer much in the way of a plan", she said.

John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's former campaign manager, sat down Monday afternoon with members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, which is investigating Moscow's alleged connections with the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election.

She claimed that Mr Trump "knew [Russians] were trying to do whatever they could to discredit me with emails, so there's obviously a trail there".

She and many of her defenders insist Clinton's comment lost her votes in coal country because it was taken out of context. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is leading the Department of Justice's Russian Federation probe, while committees in both houses of Congress are pursuing their own inquiries. "But we're not", Caplin said. A spokesperson for Clinton also declined to comment.

You might ask yourself, "How is this interview any different from Clinton's other recent interviews?".

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"This whole narrative is a way of saving face for Democrats losing an election that everyone thought they were supposed to win", Trump posted on social media in March.

Earlier on September 13, Trump, in a similar attack on Clinton in a series of tweets had said that she "spent big money", but "had no game".

She continued: "There is such a disdain for federal workers, so I would say if you can stick it out ... at some point, the country is going to need you, and I hope you're still there".

And she made the same case hours after her crushing loss, as she stood before the nation and her supporters to publicly concede the election.

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