Donald Trump Pointing a 50MM Howitzer at Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump is releasing a 35-pg document that takes down Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy and economic stances.
The 50MM attack pulls together news articles, documents and speeches critical of the former Secretary of State, US Senator from New York, and 1st Lady.
Donald Trump made the announcement via Twitter Sunday afternoon, “Top 50 Facts About Hillary Clinton From Trump ‘Stakes of the Election’ Address”
The attack topics range from Mrs. Clinton’s “disastrous trade deals;” to alleged “favors to donors” when she served as Secretary of State, to the “millions” she made in “speeches to special interests” to her support for the War in Iraq, and her response to the Y 2012 terror attack on a US compound in Benghazi, Libya.
Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy experience is littered with “wrong” decisions, and in no way qualifies her as President, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich charged.
In a blistering denouncement of the former Secretary of State during a a TV interview Sunday, Speaker Gingrich, who is supporting Donald Trump, ticked off a list of the likely Democratic Presidential nominee’s foreign policy missteps.
“She was wrong on Brexit, she wanted the ‘remain’ vote to win,” he said. “She was wrong on Libya…. she was wrong on the reset with Russia.”
“I mean, what has she been right about?”
Mr. Gingrich said Mrs. Clinton’s experience comes as a part of the “most corrupt system we have ever seen.”
“There’s no reason to believe that Hillary Clinton’s experiences qualify for anything except retirement,” he charged.
He also denounced her high-paid speeches to banker Goldman Sachs, and for holding secret meetings.
“But I don’t know that that’s the kind of experience is going to work very well for her this Fall,” he said.
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