It’s a moment that will go down in history – and now in a rare release, Americans could have the chance to hear exactly what happened in the tense phone call when failed presidential nominee Hillary Clinton forfeited to President Donald Trump.
Trump’s social media director Dan Scavino announced Tuesday that he plans to release the concession call made after Clinton’s imminent defeat as a celebration of the six-month mark since the election.
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He shared a screenshot from the cell phone of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway’s phone to make the exciting and unexpected announcement.
The image shows a call from top Clinton aide Huma Abedin at 2:30 a.m. the morning of November 9th, after it had become apparent that Trump would win the presidency.
— Dan Scavino Jr. (@DanScavino) May 9, 2017
Conway had revealed details about the concession call following the election, saying she and Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook had discussed how the call would happen the night before. She described the confidence radiating out of the Clinton camp that Hillary would not be the one making the concession call.
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“I look down, literally it was like a movie, my phone is ringing and it said ‘Huma Abedin.’ And I said, ‘Hey, Huma. What’s up?’ She said in a talk at the National Review Institute’s Ideas Summit in Washington D.C. in March.
“And I handed [Mr Trump] the phone. My husband took a screenshot of that, the 2:30 a.m. I handed him the phone and he and Vice President Pence and their wives were there and the rest is history.”
For now. Scavino has suggested that he has video recording of that moment and the one that followed in which President Trump accepted Clinton’s congratulations – video that may soon be made available to Clinton and Trump supporters alike.
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Following statements from Clinton blaming her loss on the F.B.I.’s investigation into her emails, Russia, misogyny, and anything but her own misdoings, Conway responded to the Scavino’s tweet with a dig at Clinton’s denial:
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) May 9, 2017
While the recording has yet to be released, Republicans everywhere are on the edge of their seats waiting to hear that moment when Hillary Clinton admitted her loss, and congratulated Donald Trump.
-The Horn News editorial team