Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonBlumenthal: Trump-tied data firm reaching out to WikiLeaks ‘significant’ Tillerson eliminates key State Department sanctions office: report Intel Dem: What’s in dossier more important than who paid for it MORE on Saturday night took a swipe at Fox News for its frequent criticism of her presidential campaign despite the fact that she lost to President Trump.
“It does strike me that, in the last few days at least, Fox News seems to think that’s where I live, in the White House,” Clinton said at a dinner for the Human Rights Campaign held in Washington, D.C. “Because they spend a disproportionate amount of their time talking about impeaching me.”
“So, look, if they want to make a trade, I’d be more than willing,” she joked. “I would have much preferred to have come to the dinner tonight from a slightly closer residence.”
On Sunday morning, Fox News host Jeanine Pirro said it’s time to “lock [Clinton] up.”
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski on Saturday urged the public to focus on “the continued lies of the Clinton administration.”
Fox News host Sean Hannity on Friday responded to reports that the first charges have been filed in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election by asking on Twitter, “When will @HillaryClinton be indicted?”
During her speech, Clinton spoke about electing candidates who will fight for LGBT and immigrant rights, women’s rights and standing up for religious freedom. She also condemned Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore for questioning the legality of homosexuality.
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