Clinton accused the “Russian WikiLeaks” and the head of the FBI in electoral defeat

Hillary Clinton

The former candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton in an interview with CNN has called the culprits of his defeat in the elections in the fall of 2016, the Russian hackers and the FBI Director James Komi.

In an interview with TV presenter Christiane Amanpour, Clinton said that “was on her way to victory when the letter Komi and Russian WikiLeaks… scared off the voting.” She noted that the alleged evidence of Russian interference in the American election campaign “convincing and compelling”.

“If elections were held on 27 October, I would become your President,” — said the former presidential candidate, explaining that he believes the reason for their defeat the events of the last 10 days before the election November 8, 2016.

However, Clinton took “full personal responsibility” for their fiasco. In the same interview, she did not rule out that its victory was prevented by the misogyny. “Yes, I think it played a role,” she said.

October 28, 2016, the Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation, James Comey said that the FBI will reopen the investigation into the leak of the official correspondence of Clinton, which occurred in her tenure as Secretary of state. The scandal with e-mail, Clinton erupted in March 2015. It turned out that, while in public office, she led business correspondence using personal email box.

WikiLeaks shortly before the US presidential elections of 2016 has published tens of thousands of documents, under the General title “letters Podestà”. John Podesta headed the election campaign of Hillary Clinton. The first part of materials was published on 7 October, the last on 31 October. The dissemination of these data candidate in US presidents from Democratic party have accused Russia.