President Donald Trump’s White House may be about to release video footage of Hillary Clinton’s phone call conceding the 2016 election, The Hill reported.
White House director of social media Dan Scavino tweeted a screenshot of an incoming phone call from Huma Abedin at 2:30 a.m., presumably on the early morning of Nov. 9.
“Screen shot via (Kellyanne Conway’s) cell phone — of Huma’s call at 2:30 a.m. (Eastern Time) … six months ago. I have on video & will share that in the near future,” Scavino wrote.
Needless to say, Scavino’s tweet reverberated around social media.
— Dan Scavino Jr. (@DanScavino) May 9, 2017
Conway, the successful campaign manager who’s now a White House counselor, even got in on the action. She posted a tweet mocking the Clinton team for its insistence, during the campaign, that Trump “accept” the election results, only to later attempt to delegitimize them when Hillary lost.
“Hey, (Dan), has EVERYONE ‘accepted the election results’ yet?” Conway said.
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) May 9, 2017
As might have been predicted, the mainstream media lost its tenuous uplink to reality over that one. Yahoo suggested Scavino and Conway wanted to remind the American people of the election results.
Conway rejected the notion. “Aren’t you asking the wrong POTUS candidate/staff/movement?” Conway said.