Hillary Clinton has responded to allegations contained in a filing by special counsel John Durham that her 2016 Democratic presidential campaign ‘spied’ on then-GOP presidential nominee and later President Donald Trump with a blanket denial and an accusation of her own.
“Trump & Fox are desperately spinning up a fake scandal to distract from his real ones. So it’s a day that ends in Y,” she said.
“The more his misdeeds are exposed, the more they lie,” she tweeted along with a Vanity Fair article, which is aligned with the Democrat left.
“For those interested in reality, here’s a good debunking of their latest nonsense,” she continued, linking to a piece under “Conspiracy Theories” headlined, “You’ll never believe it but Hillary Clinton did not, in fact, spy on Trump’s White House.”
The Daily Mail adds:
The article is by the magazine’s politics correspondent Bess Levin, who writes articles highly critical of the Trump’s and Republicans and serves as a mouthpiece for the Democratic agenda.
The subtitle of her article Clinton shared said: ‘In less breaking news, Donald Trump remains a moron.’
Levin claims in the piece that the findings do not prove that Clinton spied on Trump and instead that the cybersecurity researchers hired by Clinton were actually investigating malware at the White House.
“Trump and company got the whole thing hilariously, mortifyingly incorrect,” Levin wrote.
“But fear not: We’re sure they’ll issue a lengthy correction and heartfelt apology to the people whose reputations they impugned—and the ones Trump suggested should be put to death—in no time,” she ended the piece with dripping sarcasm.
Earlier, former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani claimed in an interview with Newsmax TV that he has proof” Clinton spied on the Trump campaign “in my bedroom” and added that the former president has known about the spying for years.
“I can’t tell you exactly how, but I know how (Trump) knew about it back then,” he said.
“There’s a lot more to come out,” he continued. “They may think it’s gobbledygook, but it’s gobbledygook supported by about 1,000 pieces of evidence, none of which have been revealed yet.
“I happen to have it in my bedroom, or my den, actually. I’ve had it there for years,” he added.
Trump that Durham has more evidence to produce.