nearvideo trump blasts Hillary Clinton E-Mail scandal during his 2020 campaign launch
Former U.S. attorney Andy McCarthy says, there is a tremendous amount of evidence against Hillary Clinton, and authorities had bent over backwards to not be the case in front of her.
President Trump 2020 launched his campaign for re-election Tuesday night in Orlando, Fla., and he, once again, the goal of his 2016 rival Hillary Clinton took, the argument, that the Müller was carried out on the probe is far different than the FBI investigation of the former secretary of state, private E-Mail server.
To compare “if you want to know how the system is rigged, just like they came after us for three years, with everything they had, against the free subscription you gave to Hillary and her helpers, after the establishment of a illegal server, destroyed evidence, deleted, and acid-washed than 33,000 E-Mails, are exposed to classified information and put the State Department in a pay-for-play cash machine” Trump said.
“When I deleted a subpoena for E-Mails, if you send an E-Mail. As a Declaration of love Melania-it’s the electric chair for trump,” the President joked.
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In response to “America’s Newsroom”, a former Federal Prosecutor and Fox News contributor, Andy McCarthy agreed that the two studies is very different.
He said that there is obviously a concerted effort, in order to avoid bringing the charges in the Clinton case, the laying of several actions by top officials that “handcuffs”, which the FBI investigation.
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“You had a huge amount of evidence and they bent over backwards to be the case. You hardly used the grand jury, they left the fee on the table, there was a very strong criminal cases,” he said.
Conversely, McCarthy, the Miller said the investigation involved “no criminal predicate, where they burnt the earth to try to find one.”
“Even to the point of fees to draw from, such as the Logan Act, which is something that has not yet been pursued successfully for over two centuries. You used that as a base for conducting some of the investigation. … She tried very, very hard to make, in this case,” he concluded.
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