Reince Priebus: Hillary Camp Reneged From Deal Made Between Two Campaigns

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Who Knew? You can’t Trust the Clintons

Reince Priebus told FOX News Sunday the two campaigns had “cut a deal” specifying that once The Associated Press called the race in favor of one candidate, the other would call within 15 minutes to concede.

Priebus now says the Clinton Campaign has reneged on the deal by joining in the bogus recount efforts with Jill Stein.
The AP reported:

Donald Trump’s incoming chief of staff suggests Hillary Clinton is backing away from a deal worked out between the two presidential campaigns on how the loser would concede to the winner.

Reince Priebus tells “Fox News Sunday” that Clinton’s team “cut a deal” with Trump’s team specifying that once The Associated Press called the race in favor of one candidate, the other would call within 15 minutes to concede.

Priebus says that’s just what happened election night.

But now he’s questioning whether Clinton campaign lawyer Marc Elias is backing down from that deal by announcing Clinton will participate in a recount in Wisconsin and may do the same in Michigan and Pennsylvania. The push is being led by the Green Party’s Jill Stein.

AP’s director of media relations, Lauren Easton, says AP “calls races when it is clear that one candidate has prevailed over the other. We have no knowledge of what the candidates do with that information until there is a public claim of victory or a concession.”

The recount efforts begin tomorrow in Wisconsin.

Donald Trump won Wisconsin by over 27,000 votes. The odds of flipping that state into the Hillary column is about 0% .

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