Just a few days ago, amateur president Donald Trump handed out maps of his Electoral College win to reporters at the White House. The former reality show star then asked a Washington Post reporter to run the electoral map on the paper’s front page to mark his 100-days in office.
Still yet, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said it’s “somewhat sad” that people are still talking about the presidential election.
“I think it’s somewhat sad that we’re still debating why the president won in the fashion that he did,” Spicer said at Wednesday’s White House press briefing.
He said that just one day after Donald Trump claimed in a tweet that the “Trump/Russia story was an excuse used by the Democrats as justification for losing the election. Perhaps Trump just ran a great campaign?”
…Trump/Russia story was an excuse used by the Democrats as justification for losing the election. Perhaps Trump just ran a great campaign?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 3, 2017
Trump has mentioned the election results on more than 1/3rd of the days since November 9th.
Spicer on Wednesday was trying to slam Hillary Clinton over her claim that she would have won if not for interference from the FBI and WikiLeaks.
Spicer on Clinton’s comments about the election: “It’s somewhat sad that we’re still debating why the President won” https://t.co/YHVN2J2cn0
— CNN (@CNN) May 3, 2017
“You don’t get to pick the day the election is on,” Spicer said. “It’s set by the Constitution. The president won 306 electoral votes and I think there’s been plenty of analysis on the election and where people chose to spend their time and their resources and their messaging and I think it’s somewhat sad that we’re still debating why the president won in the fashion that he did.”
It’s like Spicer has never met his boss. Also, the White House press secretary said that on the day of the Senate Judiciary Committee oversight hearing in which FBI director James Comey said he was looking into possible leaks from agents to Trump ally Rudy Giuliani.
Comey called Russia “the greatest threat of any nation on earth, given their intention and capability,” to U.S. political systems.
Sean, we’ll be talking about the election results again.
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