Sunday, November 6, 2016

Trump: Clinton is guilty – Svenska Dagbladet

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has in the past week used the FBI’s new e-postupptäckt to mobilize their constituents, who are already highly critical of his opponents, Democrat Hillary Clinton.

He does after the FBI’s announcement it clear that he still sees her as guilty, and that he is convinced that Clinton will finally be brought to justice.

– You can’t review 650 000 emails in eight days, ” he says at a rally in Sterling Heights, Michigan, according to several u.s. media.

– You can’t do it, folks. Hillary Clinton is guilty.

He is convinced that investigations of “her crimes” will last “for a long, long time”.

– the FBI’s agents will not let her get away with these terrible crimes, ” he said, according to Reuters.

On another kampanjmöte earlier on Sunday said Trump, without directly mentioning the FBI’s information:

Hillary Clinton is protected by a rigged system.

Also Trumps running mate, Mike Pence, hinting at a kampanjmöte that he is not satisfied with the FBI’s conclusion.

– Improper handling of classified information is a crime, ” said Pence to a uppeldad audience in Hickory, North Carolina, according to multiple media.

FBI director James Comey said Sunday that there is no reason to prosecute Hillary Clinton after the new review of the e-mail may have had a connection to her during her time as foreign minister.

“We are pleased that the matter is resolved but, for the record, this could easily have been ironed out before the first letter was sent”, tweet, Hillary Clinton’s spokesperson, Brian Fallon.

the News of the new e-mail struck down like a bomb just over a week ago, when Comey sent a letter to congress in which he told that investigators found e-mails that could be relevant for e-posthärvan.

Now, he writes in another letter to the federal police has not changed its opinion from that in July. It means that the FBI will not recommend any criminal charges against Clinton for how she handled classified information via the private e-mail server that she used during her time as foreign minister.


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