Trump Slams Bill Clinton, Mocks Hillary's Failed Campaign

Having conclusively won the electoral college, and by a wider margin even than expected as a result of more Democrat defectors than Republican ones, Donald Trump took to Twitter again this morning and blasted Bill Clinton in retaliation for verbal jabs by the Clintons over the past few days, mocking Hillary's campaign strategy, after the former president said Trump "doesn't know much."

"Bill Clinton stated that I called him after the election. Wrong, he called me (with a very nice congratulations)," Trump tweeted, and retaliated to an attack Bill used against him, saying that "He 'doesn't know much' especially how to get people, even with an unlimited budget, out to vote in the vital swing states ( and more). They focused on wrong states."

Trump's tweet is a response to Bill Clinton's complaint from yesterday, in which the former president told a local newspaper that the president-elect "doesn't know much" but conceded that "one thing he does know is how to get angry, white men to vote for him." He also told a reporter from The Record-Review he had received a phone call from Trump the day after the election. He said the president-elect acted during the phone call "like it was 15 years ago," when the Clintons and Trumps used to be friendly.

And so, unwilling to rise above the Clintons' pettiness in loss, Trump decided to set the recort straight.