RUDY ON FIRE: Giuliani SLAMS Hillary for 'Obstruction, Destruction, Incivility'

Remigio Civitarese
Октября 13, 2018

Conway went on to call the comments made by Clinton "dangerous".

In an interview to CNN's Christiane Amanpour on Tuesday, former Democratic presidential nominee rejected parallels between allegations of sexual misconduct against her husband and the ones that have been leveled against President Donald Trump and marred the confirmation process of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. But it's always been obvious, and confirmed by the USA intelligence community, that the Russian government had a clear preference for Trump over Clinton and acted to diminish her chances of prevailing in the election. She criticized the GOP for spreading "falsehoods" and "lies" that people believed about her. And the Democratic party she represents is exactly the one the country needs: foolhardy, inept, dismissive of reality, blind to appearances, deaf to lessons, alien to the heartland, and contemptuous of the voters.

"I remember Republican operatives shutting down the voting in Florida in 2000". Trump, in turn, denied the accusations and claimed that it was Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party who had allegedly colluded with Russian Federation. She claimed this is true because "the only thing the Republicans recognize or understand is strength".

"I think it's not just unfortunate and graceless, but a little bit unsafe", she said.

Clinton, meanwhile, has been striking a more partisan tone, blaming Republicans for the chaos that has engulfed American politics. She elaborated on this point by saying there was an "accumulation of facts" which showed that President Trump and his father manipulated their businesses and violated the spirit of our nation's tax laws.

Former Attorney General Eric Holder also said civility was off the table in our current political climate.

"That's ridiculous", the North Dakota Democrat told CNN's Anderson Cooper on "Anderson Cooper 360".

"You can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about", Clinton said.

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