Clinton: Russia interfered in elections, obstruction ‘occurred’

Speaking at Wellesley College, the former Democratic leader said those who read the Mueller report must conclude Russia attempted to influence 2016 elections.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
June 10, 2019 21:49
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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Former Democratic leader Hillary Clinton said on Saturday that Russia carried out a “sweeping” attempt to interfere in the 2016 US elections and that “obstruction of justice occurred,” Fox News reported. 
Clinton argued that those who read the Mueller report will come to these two conclusions. 
 
US President Donald Trump called the investigation “a witch hunt” and presented the report as a victory after Mueller refused to prosecute him. 

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