Clinton colluded with Democratic Party to beat Sanders


US President Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of colluding with the Democrats to defeat "crazy" Senator Bernie Sanders, who was the former Secretary of State's rival for the party's presidential nomination. CNN explained that Trump referred to nearly 20,000 hacked Democratic National Committee (DNC) emails, released by WikiLeaks in 2016, in which supporters of Sanders complained about the party favoring the former secretary of state.

He then blamed the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, for starting the falsehood, saying: "Hillary Clinton and her campaign of 2008 started the birther controversy".

There are two keywords that are stand out in the tweet of the president and the interview with "Sunday Morning Future" on Fox News by son Eric. "WHY?", Trump tweeted on Friday. Is she allowed to so collude?

The Washington Post late last week that Obama was slow and cautious in responding to Russian election interference. Trump has denied all allegations of collusion.

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"By the way, if Russian Federation was working so hard on the 2016 Election, it all took place during the Obama Admin".

The list contains Trump's contradictions on a slew of topics, like the Iraq War, NATO, the administration's controversial travel ban, the crowd size at Trump's inauguration, the ongoing controversy over Russia's interference in the 2016 election and the Trump campaign's possible role in it, and more.

Some officials under Obama were reportedly wary of taking action before the election, as Trump had made numerous claims on the campaign trail that the election was "rigged" against him, The Hill reported.