Hillary Clinton is on the road promoting her new book and blaming everyone for her loss.

Sep 19, 2017

During an interview with NPR’s Terry Gross, Clinton warmed up to the idea of challenging the legitimacy of the 2016 election. Clinton said, "I don't know if there's any legal constitutional way to do that. I think you can raise questions.” "Let me just put it this way, if I had lost the popular vote but won the Electoral College and in my first day as president the intelligence community came to me and said, ‘The Russians influenced the election,' I would've never stood for it.” "Even though it might've advantaged me, I would've said, ‘We've got to get to the bottom of this.' I would've set up an independent commission with subpoena power and everything else," Clinton said. If the Russian interference proves “deeper than we know now,” Hillary Clinton said that she would not rule out challenging the legitimacy of the election. “No, I wouldn’t rule that out,” said Clinton. During the campaign, candidate Clinton was critical of Donald Trump for not saying that he would accept the outcome of the election.