Hillary Clinton suffers broken toe on United Kingdom tour

Lynette Rowe
October 17, 2017

"But there was a concerted operation between WikiLeaks and Russian Federation and most likely people in the United States to, as I say, weaponize that information".

Presenter Jane Garvey apologised to listeners close to the programme's end, saying: "Hillary Clinton has been delayed this morning, as I've already said. she's not going to make it before the end of the programme". The emails were released during a four-month period in the lead-up to the U.S. election.

"So, there has been absolutely no collusion" between his campaign and Russia, Trump said.

It was also the day the Washington Post published the 2005 Access Hollywood recording of Donald Trump's lewd comments about sexually harassing women.

"I don't even wait. You can do anything. grab 'em by the pussy", Mr Trump said on the tape.

The President disagreed with Clinton on National Football League players kneeling to protest police killings and the equal justice system, and then went on a rant about the differences between sitting, standing, and kneeling. "I'm not shutting up and sitting down", she said.

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But instead, Clinton failed to appear for the radio broadcast and missed her slot on the daytime TV favourite.

"And I've no doubt in my mind that there was some communication if not coordination to drop those the first time in response to the Hollywood Access tape."

In her latest interview, Clinton borrowed a prison phrase to accuse Comey of costing her the election by re-opening the investigation into her private email server.

Contrary to Clinton's claim, WikiLeaks has published information that is unfavorable to Russia's government. "What matters obviously is whether you get yourself back up and keep going", she told an audience of thousands.

Mrs Clinton warned cyber-attacks had become the new normal. Poised in a pantsuit, the 69-year-old nonetheless seemed to wear a look that said "I can't believe he's in the Oval Office, while I'm on a book tour". Looking at Brexit, it was a precursor to what happened to us in the United States.

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