During an interview with Mother Jones Senior Reporter Ari Berman released on Friday, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton stated she has many questions about the legitimacy of the 2016 election.
"We are a country based on laws", she said previous year, "And we've had hot, contested elections going back to the very beginning, but one of our hallmarks has always been that we accept the outcomes of our elections".
She said in an interview with WABC radio that by contrast Senator Al Franken, who was accused of forcibly kissing and groping a female broadcaster, had accepted "responsibility" and apologized to the victim. Clinton discussed topics such as voter suppression, Russian interference in the election and the election's overall legitimacy.
"As we learn more about it, we know that the web of connections between people on Trump's team and Russian representatives just gets more and more dense", Clinton said. Al Franken's (D-Minn.) response to sexual harassment accusations "is the kind of accountability I'm talking about", that the Republican tax reform plan is "bad" and "cruel" policy, and that the Uranium One deal conversation is a "political stunt [created] by the Trump Administration and its allies". "They're allergic to the truth in a lot of settings, so they're certainly going to be doing everything they can to prevent it from coming out here".
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She also alleged voter suppression in the elections and said, "In a couple of places, most notably Wisconsin, I think it had a dramatic impact on the outcome".
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Hillary has also urged an independent commission to investigate the results.
Hillary answered, "I do, sure".