Former First Lady Hillary Clinton said that Brits “voted against modern Britain,” who supported Brexit on European Union membership in last year’s referendum. She added, “It made no sense.”
President Donald Trump defeated Clinton in last year’s Presidential election. In an interview, Hillary Clinton told the Sunday Times, “They voted against modern Britain and the EU, believing that somehow this would be good for their small village. It made no sense.”
Clinton said, “The same thing played out in my race, but I didn’t think we were so vulnerable. But it turned out we were wrong — in part because the Russians played a much bigger role.”
She said that Brexit vote of last June “should have been a bigger alarm” for her campaign. Clinton said, “It was some of the same people working for Trump, advocating for him,” she added they campaigned for Britain in order to leave the European Union, the Business Insider reported.
Clinton said, “How, in democracies like ours (can) people believe nonsense and lies on the side of buses about how much money the UK government paid to the EU? How did we let this happen?”
Former Democrat Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said, Trump campaign and Brexit campaign both used the tactic that was “tell a really horrible lie over and over again, keep people off balance and make them think that this will, if not make their lives better, make them feel better.”
The former first lady who was defeated by Trump in US election last year called for a UK investigation.
Clinton said, “I hope the UK are investigating.”
The former Secretary State said, “You know they were involved in the Kenya elections and Brexit, and are the subject of congressional and special counsel inquiries. The question to be asked is: how did they, the Russians and the Trump campaign converge?”