Clinton slams New York Times, DNC, Comey

"I had to inject money into it - the DNC - to keep it going", she said.

Later in the event, when an audience member again mentioned covfefe, Clinton mocked White House spokesman Sean Spicer's explanation from earlier in the day.

The Clinton campaign has been criticised by political experts for not campaigning more frequently in those crucial swing states.

"DNC data folks: today's accusations are fucking bullshit, and I hope you understand the good you did despite that nonsense", he tweeted.

Even with that last-minute October surprise, Clinton said she still believed she was going to win - and that perhaps that was why the warnings about Russia's involvement seemed to fall on deaf ears. Covfefe itself made no sense at all, but, like, still-to clap back or dunk or trounce or obliterate or demolish... the tweet needs to make sense, right?

When asked what she meant by nothing, she elaborated, "it was bankrupt ... its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong".

To pull it off, Russians would have needed to be "guided by Americans", she added later.

The trouble started Wednesday when Clinton raised questions over whether Trump's campaign was linked to the alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 United States presidential election.

Clinton then hit back with her own tweet.

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Watching the story about her private email server explode was a "maddening" experience, Clinton said, as she specifically called out The New York Times for its coverage of the issue.

Some of those people helping the Russians, she said, had access to "polling and data information".

She's not one for accountability. That's in addition to the media, James Comey, Donald Trump, the Russians and her supporters' assumptions that she would win the race.

Mrs Clinton said on Thursday that she feared Mr Trump may already be doing "lasting damage" to United States institutions.

"I'm deeply troubled by that", Clinton said, "and that's not the only incident that we've seen where all of a sudden it appears that there are attitudes and feelings that are bursting through the veneer of civilization".

President Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton engaged in a Twitter skirmish Wednesday night that saw the president revive his "Crooked Hillary" moniker.

Trump, for his part, fired back at Clinton on Twitter, saying, "Crooked Hillary Clinton now blames everybody but herself, refuses to say she was a awful candidate".

As the Central Intelligence Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation have noted, the Russians actively meddled in the election to hurt Clinton and help Trump.

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