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She claimed 'low information voters' were persuaded by reading fake news on Facebook and said: 'Some people were sucked in. Some people voted Trump.'Clinton alleged there were '1,000 Russian agents' involved in the effort against her to create fake news.
There were, she claimed, 'content farms' producing 'lies' - but that the reason the Russians knew what to do was because they were being 'guided'.
In the course of the conversation Mossberg said he was a Democrat The loser began by saying: 'I take responsibility for every decision I made but that is not why I lost.'Then Clinton spelled out a detailed theory that her campaign had been hit by the Russian hacking and that it used its agents to spread 'fake news'.I got paid for the speeches I made,' she said.'It got used and I felt unfairly used.But it was part of the background message.'In fact her two main opponents were first Bernie Sanders, who was clear that he had never been paid large amounts for a speech to Wall Street, and Donald Trump, who did not declare any earnings from comparable speeches.Clinton spoke at a tech conference in Silicon Valley to an audience which applauded repeatedly as she outlined her allegations against Trump - a man she described as having a 'visceral grasp on America's political underbelly'.The question and answer session is her latest return to public life after her defeat.