White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Monday questioned why there wasn't a probe into Hillary Clinton's ties to Russia, Mediaite reports.
"There is a whole second set of concerns here in terms of what was Hillary Clinton's role," Spicer said. "When you look at the Obama history . . . the Clinton involvement with Russia in terms of donations that the Clinton received from Russian entities, the idea that they sold off tremendous amount of the uranium to the Russian government, and yet where was the concern for that?"
Spicer was responding to a question about President Donald Trump's tweet earlier that morning suggesting Clinton and her campaign had contact with the Russian government.
One America News's Trey Yingst asked about Trump, according to Mediaite: "Is he under the impression that the Clinton campaign had inappropriate contact with Russia during the election?"
Spicer also accused the Democratic Party of "being quick to point fingers" amid reports that the DNC did not allow the FBI access to its email servers and other hacked devices as part of its Russia hacking probe.
The press conference took place during the House Intelligence Committee's hearing on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
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