Donald Trump,”Hillary ‘Guilty as Hell,’Should Not Have Been Allowed to Run

Donald Trump,”Hillary ‘Guilty as Hell,’Should Not Have Been Allowed to Run

Donald Trump,”Hillary ‘Guilty as Hell,’Should Not Have Been Allowed to Run

US President Elect Donald Trump says Democrats should not be “complaining” about the FBI’s handling of Hillary Clinton because she is “Guilty as Hell” and should not have been allowed to run for President in the 1st place.

Donald Trump said Friday in a pair of early-morning Tweets, that the FBI was “very nice to her.”

Donald Trump’s comments on Twitter Friday morning come in the wake of Thursday’s announcement that the Department of Justice (DOJ) Inspector General is launching an investigation into the department’s and FBI Director James Comey’s handling of the long-running probe into the illegal e-Mail server matter.

Director Comey announced findings of his probe on 5 July 2016, publicly stating that Mrs. Clinton and her top aides were “extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information” but recommending no criminal charges.

Hillary Clinton’s aides have blamed the FBI for influencing voters.

This matter is open and running.

Have a terrific weekend.

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