The social media war didn't stop there, though. When Mossberg lamented that Democrats had fallen "way behind" Republicans on the technology front, Clinton let loose. "I inherited nothing from the Democratic Party", she said. "It was bankrupt, it was on the verge of insolvency, its data was mediocre to poor, non-existent, wrong".
"DNC data folks: today's accusations are fucking bullshit, and I hope you understand the good you did despite that nonsense", he tweeted.
Clinton then hit back with her own tweet.
When Clinton was asked if she would consider running for president again, she simply replied, "No".
Clinton went on to dismiss her email scandal as: "the biggest nothing-burger ever". John Hagner, a former aide to the DNC and the Democrats' House and Senate campaign committees, said the data that Clinton questioned had been "accurate and up-to-date". I think she's a wonderful person that served this country - so I'm not looking back.
And while she repeated that it was a "mistake" to use a private email server during her time at the State Department, she also said that plenty of others - including the media - were complicit in fanning the flames.
"They had to be ready for that, and they had to have a plan for that and they had to be given the go-ahead; 'OK, this could be the end of the Trump campaign". Therefore, they said, if there was trouble with the data, her staff would have known long before she won the Democratic presidential nomination.
Hillary Clinton has found plenty of non-Hillary Clinton things to blame for her 2016 loss, including Russia, James B. Comey, debate moderators and misogyny. Oh, and she also believes she lost because of the supposed misogyny of Donald Trump supporters. Trump was likely referring to a slew of recent interviews and appearances in which the former Democratic candidate has dissected all the different elements that may have led to her November 2016 loss.
But her campaign ultimately saw measurable drops with women voters in the suburbs of Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, in particular, Clinton said. Do I assume she is?
She was the one who kept giving high-paid speeches to the likes of Goldman Sachs even after it was clear she was going to run for president.