Donald Trump, “These Latest e-Mails Raises Major Questions”

Donald Trump, “These Latest e-Mails Raises Major Questions”

Donald Trump, “These Latest e-Mails Raises Major Questions”

Tuesday, Donald Trump’s campaign released a statement saying the FBI’s discovery of 30 deleted e-Mails regarding Benghazi on Hillary Clinton’s server “raises major questions.”

“Today’s disclosure that 30 additional e-Mails about Benghazi were discovered on Hillary Clinton’s private server raises additional questions about the more than 30,000 e-Mails she deleted,” Mr. Trump campaign senior communications adviser wrote.

“Hillary Clinton swore before a federal court and told the American people she handed over all of her work-related emails. If Clinton did not consider emails about something as important as Benghazi to be work-related, one has to wonder what is contained in the other emails she attempted to wipe from her server,” Mr. Miller wrote in jis statement.

The US State Department earlier in the day announced the discovery of the e-Mails that were in addition to and not part of the 55,000 pages previously turned over by Mrs. Clinton.

Last Friday, Donald Trump said that the upcoming release of hacked e-Mails by WikiLeaks “sounds like it’s going to be very, very earth-shattering” for Hillary Clinton and that he would “seriously” consider keeping the e-Mail investigation open if he won in November.

“I have no idea,” what WikiLeaks plans to release, Donald Trump said in a TV interview, “but I can imagine that it would be very bad.

“It sounds like it’s going to be very, very earth-shattering,” he added. “We will see what happens.”

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