Early Saturday morning President Trump slays his defeated election opponent "Crooked Hillary" on Twitter. Trump called Clinton 'the worst (and biggest) loser of all time.'

The entire tweet:

Crooked Hillary Clinton is the worst (and biggest) loser of all time. She just can’t stop, which is so good for the Republican Party. Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!


Hillary Clinton had said that Trump's election victory was tainted because of alleged Russian interference and voter suppression.

Per Daily Mail:

The former secretary of state and Democratic nominee said in the interview Friday that the outcome of the election was impacted by a 'very successful disinformation campaign' mounted by the Russians.

American intelligence agencies are unanimous in their conclusion that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his government to undermine Clinton's campaign and help Trump get elected.

Russia has denied interfering in the election, and Trump's campaign rejects claims that it received help from Moscow.

The Russians used 'weaponized false information' that 'wasn't just influencing voters – it was determining the outcome,' Clinton told Mother Jones.

Clinton also alleged that voter suppression in Wisconsin, a key swing state that Trump won by less than 23,000 votes, deterred African-Americans from going to the ballot box.

She said that voter ID laws created obstacles for Democratic-leaning citizens to register to vote.

Although Clinton won the popular vote by over 3 million voters, the election was decided by Trump's electoral college victory in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin by a total of 78,000 votes.

'In a couple of places, most notably Wisconsin, I think it had a dramatic impact on the outcome,' Clinton said of voter suppression.

A year later and Hillary Clinton still hasn't realized that it is her fault she lost the election. She was a disaster of a candidate that no one connected with.

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