Hillary Clinton May Challenge Legitimacy Of The 2016 Election


Hillary Clinton is not ruling out the possibility of challenging the legitimacy of the 2016 presidential election, the former presidential candidate said on NPR’s “Fresh Air” on Monday. Gross pressed further, and Clinton said she would not completely rule out the possibility: “No, I wouldn’t rule it out,” she said, later agreeing with Gross’s statement that such action would be completely unprecedented.

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“Nobody is talking about contesting the election, including me. No,” she said appearing on the “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert. “Because there is no mechanism. But I think legitimacy is rooted in what comes out of these investigations because if there is evidence of communication, coordination, whatever it might be, then I think millions of Americans would say, ‘Well, those raise questions about legitimacy.” She said besides voting in the next election, there’s not much else she or anyone else could do besides ask questions about President Donald Trump’s legitimacy as an elected leader.

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According to multiple reports, Hillary Clinton won’t rule out challenging the legitimacy of the 2016 election. This should surprise no one since Clinton and many of her supporters have refused from day one to accept the outcome of the election. Remember the RESIST protests? Hillary Clinton refusing to move on only hurts the Democrats so I say, keep doing what you are doing Hillary!

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Here is more from twitter on this story.


Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she’s not going to contest the results of the election, clarifying a comment she made Monday on NPR in which she said wouldn’t rule out questioning the legitimacy of the outcome of the 2016 presidential campaign. “I think no one, including me, is saying we will contest the election,” Clinton said Tuesday during a roundtable interview with Mic in its New York office. “I’m in the very large group of people who believe that, you know, there’s no legal basis, no constitutional basis for that.” …

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