Hillary Clinton and Democratic Party 'colluded' against Sanders

Pauline Gross
June 26, 2017

Republicans are quick to call Democrats out when they need to take a stand to set their base right; but we won't see any elected Republican call out Donald Trump's delusions.

In the wake of a bombshell story about Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election - and persistent allegations that President Donald Trump's campaign may have colluded with Russian Federation to win - President Trump took to Twitter Sunday morning to accuse someone else of collusion: his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.

Now the President is whining about why Clinton got to "collude" with the Democratic Party, which implies that he is wondering why she gets to do this and he can't collude with Russian Federation.

The irony here is rich. Democrats have rallied to Bernie Sanders as the leader of the opposition against Donald Trump.

The Obama administration formally accused Russian Federation in October of a campaign of cyber attacks against Democratic Party organizations ahead of the November 8 election.

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Trump has contradicted himself on a regular basis and said many misleading statements since taking office and during the presidential campaign. Schultz was ultimately forced to resign her position in July.

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.

"Rather than stoking divisions from the last election, the President should be bringing the country together to defend our country and our democracy".

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