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Oct. 24, 2018
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On MSNBC Wednesday, former Clinton adviser Philippe Reines rushed to blame President Donald Trump for the alleged bomb plot against the Clintons, Obama and potentially others which was stopped by the Secret Service.
"If you look at who they've targeted so far, it's almost like they're following Donald Trump's Twitter feed," Reines said. "And starting with Debbie Wassermann Schultz, not everyone has that kind of security, and you have to be really concerned that while so far nothing has hurt anybody so far, that might not hold."
"Until Donald Trump tweeted a few moments ago, he's been mum," Reines said. "And the other part of Sarah Sanders‘ statement is those who are responsible will be held accountable. You have to ask how much Donald Trump is responsible for the climate where things like this happen."
Reines similarly said "this is on you" to President Trump Wednesday on Twitter:
Reines's comments today contrast with those from just days ago where he justified Democrats' harassment of Republicans:
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