Donald Trump, “Hillary Clinton will do ‘Anything’ to stay in Power”
Friday, Donald Trump demanded that US President Barack Hussein Obama not pardon Hillary Clinton for “crimes against our country” and that the former Secretary of State prohibit the 5 people receiving immunity in the e-Mail probe from working in her White House should she get elected.
“Here’s my question to Hillary Clinton,” Donald Trump told supporters in Novi, Mich., west of Detroit. “Can you promise that not one of the five people who were granted criminal immunity will ever be allowed to serve in a Clinton administration if that ever happens?
“Oh, would that be bad,” Donald Trump said. “Let’s see what happens.
“Here’s a demand I am making today to President Obama,” he continued. “Mr. President, will you pledge not to issue a pardon to Hillary Clinton and her co-conspirators for their many crimes against our country and against society itself?
“Will you make that pledge?” Mr. Trump asked. “No one is above the law.”
In July, US Attorney General Loretta Lynch closed the FBI’s yearlong investigation of Mrs. Clinton’s use of her private e-Mail and server in her home in New York without bringing charges against the former 1st Lady or any of her aides.
Ms. Lynch accepted the findings of FBI Director James Comey, who said the week before that Mrs. Clinton and her aides were “extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information” but recommended that no charges be filed in the case.
Donald Trump slammed Mrs. Clinton on the e-Mail probe during the rally, at the Suburban Collection Showplace.
“Hillary Clinton and her cronies will say anything, do anything, lie about anything to keep their grip on power, to keep their control over our country,” he said.
Donald Trump reminded his supporters of when former President Bill Clinton “pardoned a fugitive” Marc Rich on his last day in office in Y 2001.
Marc Rich was charged with making oil deals with Iran during the hostage crisis. He was in Switzerland when he was indicted and never returned to the US, making the FBI’s “Most Wanted” list. He died in Y 2013 at age 78.
“This was a serious fugitive, Marc Rich, in exchange for unknown and undisclosed amounts of money,” Donald Trump said. “You remember that? Marc Rich. Famous Mark Rich.
“People couldn’t believe it,” Donald Trump said.
“The American people have had it with years or decades of Clinton corruption and scandals.”
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