Trump Receives Information on US Election Voter Fraud - Top Adviser

Amos Herrera
December 4, 2016

The extraordinary exchange came at a postmortem session sponsored by Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, where top operatives from both campaigns sat across a conference table from each other. "We can not have foreign, and I would say foreign aggressors here, intervening in our elections". "Hashtag-he's-your-president. How's that? Will you ever accept the election results?" But Donald Trump made very clear last week as the president-elect that he's moved on from that.

"I can tell you are angry, but wow", Conway said.

"When I die, I want to be buried in Louisiana, so I can stay active in politics", said a former governor of Louisiana, the late Earl Long.

It was a power play that helped Democrats confirm Obama's court picks when they held the majority.

"That's the way they feel", Conway said, "And there would be officials who are in charge of such things in the Trump administration who may look at that again".

"If providing a platform for white supremacists makes me a brilliant strat - a brilliant tactician, I am glad to have lost", Palmieri said.

On the night of his win, Mr. Trump's victory speech seemed to herald a change in tone, as he promised to "bind the wounds of division".

Clinton advisers also blamed unfair media coverage - noting that it was a struggle every day to get Clinton's message to break through in a media environment dominated by Trump. Aides to Texas Sen. We've accepted the outcomes when we may not have liked them.

"I've attended these debriefs at Harvard after the 2004, 2008 and 2012 contests, and this one featured the sharpest clashes". Those who opt not to vote for their party's chosen candidate are commonly referred to as faithless electors. "That is not cable news' fault and that is not CNN's fault".

Kellyanne Conway the campaign manager for Donald Trump left and Robby Mook campaign manager for Hillary Clinton sit on stage prior to a forum at Harvard
Trump Receives Information on US Election Voter Fraud - Top Adviser

When SBS News spoke to some of the Republican Women for Hillary, days before the election, they were confident Mrs. Clinton would become the next US President, making history as the first female Commander in Chief.

Conway dodged the accusation, calling on the Clinton campaign to move on.

Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Phoenix, AZ in June. She also intimated that the problem with Hillary was her personality which the voters didn't connect with.

Clinton's team attributed their devastating defeat to a lot of factors - just a few self-inflicted.

Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook on Sunday blamed the Democratic presidential nominee's loss primarily on the letters from FBI Director James Comey regarding her secret email server.

Bannon is part of a right-wing movement known as the "alt-right", a home for white nationalists who are, invited or not, a part of Trump's winning coalition.

"Oh, God, you guys", said David Bossie, a Trump deputy campaign manager.

"I was at the democratic convention in Philadelphia, and his supporters were still out there protesting her", Conway told Tapper. But said Grunwald, dismissing numerous post-game analysis, "it's all theoretic". But, he added, there were not enough of those votes to give Trump the popular vote.

"You guys took everything Donald Trump said so literally". Enoch Bang, a 23-year-old law student who voted for Clinton, said the tenor of the campaign drove him to seek an escape from the election returns in the quiet of prayer. "This was the first sort of post-factual campaign and I think you were punished for telling the truth and being true to nuance", Mook said.

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