Hillary Clinton Blasts Trump For Not Conceding Election

Written by Martin Walsh

Former 2016 Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is trying to attack President Donald Trump by insinuating his ego was damaging the legitimacy of our country.

Hillary tweeted “Protecting one man’s ego is not worth damaging the legitimacy of our democracy.”

Hillary also tweeted Medhi Hassan who quoted her as saying November 8th 2016 “Donald Trump is going to be our president. We owe him an open mind and a chance to lead.”

Hassan had shared a tweet from Erick Erickson who wrote “Will anyone be honest enough to acknowledge that most of what is happening right now has more to do with payback for how the Democrats behaved after 2016 then about legitimate claims of fraud in the election?”

Below is a screenshot of the post she retweeted:

Last week, it was reported that President-elect Joe Biden is considering Hillary Clinton to serve in his administration.

Biden is reportedly considering Clinton — the former secretary of state and failed 2016 presidential candidate — to serve as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

“The president-elect on Thursday also traveled to Rehoboth Beach, Del., where he has a vacation home and where he is expected to stay through part of the weekend. Biden, who on Wednesday named Washington veteran Ronald A. Klain as his incoming White House chief of staff, is not expected to formally announce other administration personnel this week,” The Washington Post reported.

“But behind-the-scenes conversations between Capitol Hill and the transition team continued to occur, and Biden’s team has also tapped a coterie of senior House and Senate Democratic officials to serve as liaisons to Hill offices until Biden officially assumes the presidency, according to congressional aides,” the Post added.

“One intriguing name being discussed privately is former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, according to the person familiar with the chatter who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The thinking behind the move was that it would be a way for Biden to highlight the importance of that position in his administration and that placing her there would raise the prestige of the U.N. itself at a time when global cooperation, and the U.S. role on the world stage, has ebbed,” the newspaper reported.

Biden announced last Wednesday that he had selected his longtime aide Ronald Klain to serve as White House chief of staff in his incoming administration.

Klain previously worked as a senior adviser to the Biden-Harris campaign and served as the former vice president’s chief of staff within the Obama administration from 2009 to 2011.

“Ron has been invaluable to me over the many years that we have worked together, including as we rescued the American economy from one of the worst downturns in our history in 2009 and later overcame a daunting public health emergency in 2014,” Biden said in a statement. “His deep, varied experience and capacity to work with people all across the political spectrum is precisely what I need in a White House chief of staff as we confront this moment of crisis and bring our country together again.”

Last month, it was reported that Biden was considering New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to serve as his attorney general.

“Democrats are so convinced that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo could be considered for Joe Biden’s attorney general that aides at the National Governors Association, which Cuomo chairs, are looking into contingencies for replacing him,” sources told Axios.

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