Previous Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton claims that there are as yet various inquiries encompassing the authenticity of the 2016 presidential race because of Russian interference in the election.
“I think there are lots of questions about the election’s legitimacy and we don’t have a method for contesting that in our system. That’s why I’ve long advocated for an independent commission to get to the bottom of what happened,” Clinton disclosed to Mother Jones in a meeting distributed Friday.
“This is the first time we’ve ever been attacked by a foreign adversary, and then they suffer no real consequences, and so I’m worried that we’re not learning all of the lessons,” she proceeded.
“The forces at work outside of my campaign are not going away. Somebody else is going to be running for Congress or governor or eventually president. We’ve got to know how to protect ourselves.”
“I think 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 dense,” she included.
linton’s remarks come as government and congressional tests into claimed ties between the Trump campaign and Russian race intruding made progress.
The tests have concentrated on the parts played by online networking stages, for example, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to spread false data on the social medias went for misinforming voters.
Counsel Robert Mueller reported a month ago that previous Trump campaign leader Paul Manafort and his business accomplice Rick Gates had been prosecuted on charges of intrigue against the United States and illegal tax avoidance.