President Trump began Monday with a flood of tweets reviving questions surrounding general election foe Hillary Clinton - and highlighting a Fox News report on the Trump team surveillance controversy.
Has anyone noticed that Trump's tweets lately seem to be largely random blasts from the past?
The president was referring to a series of hacked emails released by WikiLeaks which showed that the Democratic National Committee (DNC)'s then-interim chairwoman Donna Brazile sent some questions to Hillary Clinton's aides to warn them about potentially hard situations for the candidate, according to The Washington Post.
The president also brought up the fact that Hillary Clinton was given a debate questions ahead of time.
The President tweeted: "Was the brother of John Podesta paid big money to get the sanctions on Russian Federation lifted?"
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In hacked emails from the DNC released before the Democratic National Convention, it was revealed that then-CNN contributor Donna Brazille told the Clinton campaign that they would receive a question on the death penalty during a primary debate against Bernie Sanders.
Trump commented on the matter several weeks ago at a press conference when asked about alleged connections between his campaign and the Russian government.
"Are you kidding me?"
His base is presumably amused by the on-going attacks, as Trump supporters often chanted "lock her up" when the Democratic nominee was mentioned at rallies and other campaign events.
And Nick Merrill, who was Clinton's campaign spokesman, recently cast Trump's Twitter fixation on Clinton as an existential dilemma, asking Trump in a tweet: "Don't you have 300 million constituents to serve?" Please support our efforts.