Donald Trump, “What Hillary did was Wrong, Bill was Stupid”
Donald Trump Tweeted Saturday about Hillary Clinton’s 3.5 hr meeting with FBI investigators in their probe of her private e-Mail use, saying, “what she did was wrong.”
“It was just announced, by sources, that no charges will be brought against Crooked Hillary Clinton, like I said the system is totally rigged.”
Mrs. Clinton’s meeting in the FBI’s Washington offices Saturday involved her use of a private server in her home in Chappaqua, NY, during her 4 years as Secretary of State.
Mrs. Clinton did not comment on her interview
Donald Trump’s 1st tweet also referred to Monday’s meeting between former US President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch on her private plane on the tarmac at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, AZ.
They met the night before the special House Benghazi Committee released an 800-pg report on the 2012 Libyan attacks that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens and 2 former Navy SEALs.
The assaults occurred while Mrs. Clinton headed the State Department.
Donald Trump’s 2nd post came in response to a CNN report, citing sources, that Justice Department officials was expected to announce within 2 weeks that Hillary Clinton would not be indicted “so long as ‘no evidence‘ of wrongdoing emerges from the interview she did today with the FBI.” The control words there are ‘no evidence‘.
Meanwhile, in Florida, a former Republican, and now an Independent candidate for the US Senate, Steven Machat has emerged as strong opposition to GOP incumbent Senator Marco Rubio. who is know to have been “bought and paid for” special interest.
Steven Machat, is a very successful businessman is the perfect choice for change in Washington, he has an understanding of The People of our nation and the world bringing a global perspective to the office of US Senator from Florida.
Steven Machat is the right choice for the US Senate.
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