A Democrat appeared to overreact when she was interviewed about failing to win the presidency at the last general election.

Hillary Clinton seemed to lose control after being asked about her failed bid for the Oval Office. The former presidential candidate did not take responsibility for her defeat and blamed foreign interference for the outcome of the 2016 general election.

“These people will stop at nothing and yes, the Russians helped them last time; the Russians are helping them now,” she said in a video shared on Instagram. “The White House has said, ‘Do not brief the Congress, do not even tell them in classified settings what the Russians are doing this time.’”

Clinton rejected any suggestion that she and other Democrats are hostile toward the incumbent president because he is not a career politician.

“Anybody who believes that [might think,] ‘Yeah, you know, maybe we are being mean to Donald Trump because he is different; he is bombastic; he is this; he is that’” she told American Urban Radio Washington Bureau Chief April Ryan. “No, he is a clear and present danger to our freedoms, our liberties, our unity, and we have got to defeat him.”

She also refused to participate in any dialogue with the Republican Party until after the upcoming election on Nov. 3.

“I do not want to sound simplistic but we are not going to be able to have a conversation with these people right now—that is why we have to win, we have to win,” she said. “By winning we just reject not just Donald Trump but what he stands for and what he has been responsible for.”

Clinton also accused the Trump administration of trying to nationalize the U.S. Postal Service and delaying any postal voting without explaining where she got her information from.

“I think that they are engaged in a hostile takeover of the post office that will slow down mail delivery and slow down, you know, our ballots,” she said. “If you cannot vote early, and you are not comfortable mailing in your ballot, then clear the decks to be there to vote on Election Day, no matter how long they make you wait because in some parts of the country that is a strategy: make people wait for hours, make people get discouraged, make it complicated.”

Former Democratic President Bill Clinton revealed he was terrified of President Trump.

“Underneath all of these big questions you are asking are just Donald Trump’s proven ability to manipulate the psyche of the people he is trying to scare the hell out of,” he said. “I mean, this is a person who says okay I cannot win on my own but people will believe whatever I tell them as long as it is bad. I will say I am great and they are terrible and you should be scared.”