"Crooked Hillary Clinton now blames everybody but herself, refuses to say she was a awful candidate". How "nonexistent" data could also be "wrong" is a bit confusing.
The timing of leaked emails from her former campaign manager, John Podesta, was an example of that, she said.
"I'm not willing to let my people be thrown under the bus without a fight", Therriault tweeted out.
The DNC's director of data science, Andrew Therriault, blasted Clinton's team for ignoring DNC data that said Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania would be close races, the Post reported.
Kucinich said that Clinton might be "burning bridges" with members of her party with her remarks.
The last time Clinton was at the Javits Center in Manhattan was on the night of the November 2016 presidential election, where campaign organizers had anticipated throwing a victory party but instead were forced to tell broken-hearted supporters to go home after it was clear Trump had won.
Clinton's allies say her joint fundraising efforts helped improve the DNC's positioning. "I think it's fair to ask how did that actually influence the campaign and how did they know what messages to deliver". So I'm now the nominee from the Democratic Party.
Clinton has often told her interviewers she takes "absolute personal responsibility" for the loss.
Iran foreign minister scorns Trump after speech, arms deal
Both the original order and a second directive that dropped Iraq from the banned list have been blocked by the courts. He heralded the ambitions of the region's youth and warned that the scourge of extremism could tarnish their future.
"[People] were anxious that I was going to jail, anxious that I was running a child trafficking operation in the basement of a pizzeria".
Clinton dismissed Wednesday the controversy surrounding her use of a private email server as secretary of state as a "nothing-burger" and blasted The New York Times for covering her email scandal "like it was Pearl Harbor".
"She was intent on leaving the party in the black", a Clinton associate said Thursday.
Hillary Clinton says she's not running for president again, but she may be running out of excuses for why she lost the White House to President Trump.
Her remarks add the DNC to a seemingly endless set of people and groups she blames for her defeat, including Russian Federation, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, misogynists and the New York Times.
Her jab came after Trump's weird tweet early Wednesday morning.
The hour-and-a-half-long Clinton interview with Recode co-founder Kara Swisher and Editor-at-Large Walt Mossberg skipped across several topics - including Trump's now-infamous "covfefe" tweet this week - but frequently returned to the 2016 campaign and the Trump administration.