Twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, still bitter over the 2016 election, blasted the Trump administration Thursday for using “fear and bigotry” for using executive action to include the citizenship question on the upcoming census.

The scandal-plagued former secretary of state also criticized the president for conducting ICE raids.  

Clinton railed against Trump after the president announced in a Rose Garden ceremony he would sign an executive order to obtain data about the U.S. citizenship and non-citizenship status of everyone living in the United States.

Trump said he will no longer continue his efforts to include the citizenship question on the 2020 census  and instead use executive order to direct all U.S. agencies to provide the information, marking the administration’s latest efforts to obtain the information despite a ruling from the Supreme Court barring the administration from including the question on the census for now.

Clinton’s tweet also follows a New York Times report revealing ICE would begin a massive deportation raid on Sunday of 2,000 illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way in the U.S. in ten major cities. The raids will include “collateral” deportations, according to the Times Report, meaning illegal immigrants at the scene of the raid who are not target will also be detained.

Officials will reportedly hold the illegal aliens in detention centers in Texas and Pennsylvania and the process them for deportation.

 Clinton has evaded prosecution for jeopardizing national security for illegally using an unauthorized private email server as secretary of state. Neither she, her campaign staff or former high-ranking FBI officials have been held accountable for attempting to rig the election against Trump by politically weaponizing the intelligence agencies.

But the former secretary of state’s corruption continues to garner national attention.  

Clinton is also accused of illegally accepting thousands of dollars from the notorious NXIVM sex cult, whose founder Keith Raniere was found guilty Wednesday of federal sex trafficking, during her 2008 campaign

Former member of NXIVM Mark Vicente, a documentary filmmaker who is accused of keeping women as sex slaves, claimed in testimony last month NXIVM benefactor Clare Bronfman bought influence for the alleged sex cult by illegally funneling thousands of dollars into Clinton’s campaign coffers — far in excess of legal limits to contributions — to “curry favor” with former Secretary of State.

NXIVM members and their families plunked down a total $29,000 for Hillary’s campaign that year according to elections records, the New York Post reports. At least three members of the cult, including Bronfman, are also donors to the Clinton Global Initiative.

In 2006, the Clinton Foundation received a $ 25,000 donation from Epstein and was recently listed among past and present donors on the Clinton Foundation’s website. Court filings obtained by Fox News show Bill Clinton visited Epstein’s private island at least 26 times and Hillary Clinton at least 6. On some of those trips Clinton allegedly left without his secret service detail.

Last, month NBC News obtained internal documents detailing an ongoing investigation at the State Department involving eight cases of alleged misconduct by state department workers, contractors and a United States ambassador which occurred during Clinton’s tenure.

The ambassador under investigation “routinely ditched his protective security detail in order to solicit sexual favors from both prostitutes and minor children,” an Inspector General memo from last October states. A high-ranking official at the State Departed requested investigators “cease the investigation.”