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Hillary calls for end to civility

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Deanna Wagner | 13 October, 2018, 05:00

Following the United States president's accusations against Hillary Clinton of allegedly conspiring with Russian Federation in 2016, she recalled that Trump had himself allegedly urged Russian Federation to "hack her" that same year during a rally. CNN's Anderson Cooper asked Heitkamp later Tuesday.

Sitting there opining on this just after she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, announced a paid, 13-city North American speaking tour beginning before Thanksgiving, Hillary Clinton actually declared, "You can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about".

"Usually when she opens her mouth, respectfully, she offends at least one half of the country, and she did it again, but I think her discourse now is a little bit unsafe", Conway said in an appearance on the White House lawn.

Clinton added that Democrats should abandon civility until they retake the House and Senate.

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), a vulnerable red state Democrat, condemned Hillary Clinton's remark Tuesday to CNN that "you can not be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about".

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Heitkamp is facing a tough re-election race against her GOP opponent Kevin Cramer.

As tensions around Kavanaugh's confirmation were gaining momentum, Broaddrick demanded an FBI investigation into her own allegations against Clinton, accusing Democrats, adamant about a thorough FBI probe into Kavanaugh, of opportunism and "double standards".

Cramer hit Heitkamp for her opposition to Kavanaugh and dismissed the #MeToo movement at large in a The New York Times interview Monday.

"I don't understand what he meant", she said. "If all we do is point fingers, that's not going to serve any goal for the victims of sexual assault in this country", Heitkamp said. "I think, given our divides, it will pretty much fall predictably between those who are for and those who are against". The former Secretary of State made the comments in an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour.

"I think her discourse now is a little bit unsafe". "She never did. I knew that a long time ago".