Published: Sat, February 11, 2017
Science | By Guadalupe Butler

Conway takes swipe at Hillary Clinton on Twitter

Conway takes swipe at Hillary Clinton on Twitter

Several current and former US officials have told The Washington Post this isn't true, and Flynn and Sergey Kislyak did privately discuss the sanctions ordered by the Obama administration in late December over Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election. But she's speaking up when she needs to - softly, calmly, and intelligently.

Trump's ban has received a strong opposition from people.

It didn't take Kellyanne Conway long to respond to Hillary Clinton after she mocked President Trump because a federal appeals court ruled to maintain the freeze on his immigration order. The ban also meant to restrict all refugees from entering the country for 120 days, and looked to bar refugees from the war torn country of Syria indefinitely.

In the meantime, Trump has continued tweeting about the court ruling calling it "a disgraceful decision". "This judgment was well within the president's power as delegated to him by Congress and it is constitutional as the court in Boston ... recently held", he had attempted to argue.

The former Democratic presidential nominee appeared to react to Thursday's appeals court ruling declining to reinstate Trump's executive orders banning travelers from several predominantly-Muslim countries.

Clearly, Hillary Clinton (a former lawyer herself) agreed.

Trump upset Clinton in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin a year ago, shocking observers who believed the typically Democratic Rust Belt states would go her way.

This isn't the first time Clinton has spoken out against Trump's unconventional (and unconstitutional) travel ban either.

The Justice Department had launched an appeal against the blocking of the executive order deeming it a "lawful exercise". "This is not who we are". She retweeted Clinton's tweet with this response: "PA, WI, MI".

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