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President Donald Trump went on the offensive on Twitter throughout the day on Monday, seeking to further bolden his efforts to dispute the claims of Russian electgion influence in the 2016 campaign. "Trump team spied on before he was nominated, '" Trump tweeted on Saturday afternoon. On Monday, Trump went on a weird Twitter rant, attacking his former opponent.

"Did Hillary Clinton ever apologize for receiving the answers to the debate?", Trump tweeted.

WikiLeaks release of hacked Podesta emails say the Clinton campaign was given a hint about a question the Democratic presidential candidate would be asked at a town hall during the Democratic primary.

He still is fuming about Clinton getting a question in advance at a debate.

"Nobody mentions that Hillary received the questions to the debates", Trump said earlier this year while pushing back against questions about possible ties between his campaign and Russian Federation.

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Earlier, Brexit Secretary David Davis told Sky News the Prime Minister was not using security as "a bargaining chip". But he hinted that trade talks might begin before the deal was concluded if Mrs May was deemed to be co-operating.

He wondered if her campaign chairman's brother was paid to lift Russian sanctions.

"Are you kidding me?"

Since winning the election, the president has stepped away from allegations of corruption that he and his supporters leveled at Clinton during his campaign as well as his comments that, as president, he would ensure that she was prosecuted for using a private email server as secretary of state or her actions in association with the Clinton foundation, notes Fox News.

Last Monday, Trump asked on Twitter why the House Intellgience wasn't investigating a uranium deal with Russian Federation that occurred during Clinton's tenure of Secretary of State or speeches her husband gave in Russian Federation.

The Washington Post reported that Jackson's new role would put her temporarily in charge of the DOE office responsible for enforcing civil rights laws in schools as well as school's handling of sexual assaults on campus.