The Clintons just can’t get over an election that occurred nearly two years ago.

In a preview of an interview set to air on Sunday, CBS This Morning aired a clip of Bill Clinton saying “I don’t know” if the 2016 election was tampered with.

Clinton claimed cyber terrorists could go “way beyond fixing the elections.”

The former president was asked by Mo Rocca, “Do you think there was any tampering in 2016 with results?”

“I don’t know,” Clinton responded. “I don’t know.”

In another portion of the interview, Clinton dismissed a female senator’s opinion that he should have resigned after the Monica Lewinsky affair became public.

The Daily Beast reports:

In a new interview set to air this weekend on CBS Sunday Morning, former President Bill Clinton will respond for the first time to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s (D-NY) assertion that he should have resigned over the Lewinsky affair.

“You have to—really ignore what the context was,” Clinton says, according to a CBS transcript. “But, you know, she’s living in a different context. And she did it for different reasons. So, I—but I just disagree with her.”

Gillibrand, who enthusiastically endorsed Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid and has longstanding ties to the Clinton family, told The New York Times last November that the “appropriate response” to the scandal over his White House affair with intern Monica Lewinsky would have been for Bill Clinton to resign.

“Things have changed today, and I think under those circumstances there should be a very different reaction,” Gillibrand continued. “And I think in light of this conversation, we should have a very different conversation about President Trump, and a very different conversation about allegations against him.”

The full interview will air Sunday.

News reports indicate there was, indeed, election tampering — by the DNC on behalf of Bill Clinton’s wife.

Via the Washington Post:

The former interim head of the Democratic Party just accused Hillary Clinton’s campaign of “unethical” conduct that “compromised the party’s integrity.” The Clinton campaign’s alleged sin: A hostile takeover of the Democratic National Committee before her primary with Sen. Bernie Sanders had concluded.

And Elizabeth Warren, who is undoubtedly acting like a 2020  presidential candidate, agreed:

When asked if the primaries were rigged in Hillary’s favor, Warren answered, “Yes.”