GOP nominee Donald Trump told a crowd of supporters in Greenville, North Carolina that his rival, Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton, should be disqualified from office by trying to destroy evidence of her crimes.
“People who have nothing to hide don’t smash phones with hammers,” Trump said. “People who have nothing to hide don’t bleach their emails, or destroy evidence to keep it from being publicly archived as required under federal law.”
“The new revelations about Hillary Clinton from the just-released FBI documents make more clear than ever that she fails to meet the minimum standard for running for public office,” Trump continued. “If she applied for a low-level job at the State Department today … she couldn’t even get a security clearance based on what she’s done.”
“No one takes all the risks Hillary Clinton took unless they are trying to cover up massive crimes,” Trump said.
“It’s clear from the FBI report that Hillary Clinton lied about her handling of confidential information,” he said. “She repeatedly told the country that she understood the classified system, then she told the FBI she didn’t understand that the letter ‘C’ meant confidential, or even classified, in the documents she emailed.”
So, how did Mrs. Clinton respond to the Donald’s claims? Just like she did regarding her husband’s lies about Monica Lewinsky. She said a conspiracy was out to get her.
“You know, the FBI resolved all of this,” she said. “The report answered all the questions. The findings included debunking his [Donald Trump’s] conspiracy theory.”
“I believe I have created so many jobs in the–sort of, conspiracy theory machine factory because honestly they never quit, they keep coming back,” she added. “And here’s another one. It’s been debunked.”
Actually, it hasn’t and the documentation is available for anyone that really wants to look into the matter.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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