Hillary Clinton Rips Media, Hackers and Congratulates France in Single Tweet

“Victory for Macron, for France, the EU, & the world,” tweets former presidential candidate

Hillary Clinton ripped the media, foreign hackers and congratulated France in a single tweet on Sunday after centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron beat far-right candidate Marine Le Pen.

The former secretary of state was referring to backlash she experienced after saying during an interview last week that she would have won the election if not for a combination of Russian interference and comments made by FBI Director James Comey.

“If the election had been on October 27, I would be your president,” she told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour at a Women for Women event in New York on Tuesday.

Clinton’s comments have been panned by many media members, with one pro-Clinton columnist writing that she needs to “shut the f**k up and go away already.” Her tweet pokes fun at the media members who don’t want to hear from her on the issue of election interference, but it also throws shade at the French election in which the candidate favored by President Trump lost in a landslide.

Macron was quickly declared the winner after polls closed with 65.5 percent of the vote against 34.5 percent in favor of Le Pen, who pushed anti-immigrant and nationalist views in her campaign.

Meanwhile, Clinton was mostly absent from the public immediately after the election but insisted she is now “part of the resistance,” telling Amanpour: “I’m now back to being an activist citizen.”