Clinton jokes she's resigning from the 'Fox News presidency'

Clinton: There are 'lots of questions' about legitimacy of Trump's election

Either way, President Trump wasn't that impressed with Clinton's latest bellyaching, taking to Twitter Saturday morning he resurrected an oldie but goodie, calling Clinton "Crooked Hillary". "Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!" he said.

While speaking about the peace process in Northern Ireland during her husband's first term, Hillary bragged that Bill Clinton didn't tweet about challenges facing his presidency.

It wasn't clear what, exactly, Trump was responding to. "And we don't have a method for contesting that in our system". Clinton, who has spent the past year assigning blame for her defeat and refusing to acknowledge possible personal shortcomings, pointed to alleged Russian interference and voter suppression as cause for concern.

In Crackdown on MS-13, ICE Arrests Six in Montgomery County
Attorney General Jeff Sessions traveled to El Salvador in July on a mission to work with that country's government against MS-13. While the vast majority of those youths are not criminals, Kolb said, they are a fertile recruiting base for gangs like MS-13.

Both Trump and Clinton have continued to lob criticisms of one another long after the election.

In an interview on Friday Clinton had said she wanted Trump to take resposibility for the sexual assault allegations against him. "DO SOMETHING!" the president exclaimed last month.

Clinton has said she will not run for office again. "They're allergic to the truth in a lot of settings, so they're certainly going to be trying to do everything they can to prevent it from coming out here". The U.S. intelligence community has accused the Kremlin of spearheading the hacks that led to WikiLeaks publishing troves of emails from Democratic officials.

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