Donald Trump has accused the FBI of impropriety after again states that Hillary Clinton should not face criminal charges over her emails. As well as a
Donald Trump has accused the FBI of impropriety after again states that Hillary Clinton should not face criminal charges over her emails. As well as announcing to a crowd of eight thousand prospective voters in Michigan; Trump rejects the bureau’s latest move to exonerate Hillary Clinton.
The FBI has determined that a new batch of emails linked to Hillary Clinton’s private server “have not changed our conclusion” that she committed no criminal wrongdoing. The FBI Director James Comey told congressional leaders in a letter on Sunday.
Donald Trump, immediately reacted and stated that Mrs Clinton was being protected by a so called “rigged” system. Mrs Clinton’s campaign said last night that are now “glad” the issue has been “resolved”.
Donald Trump casted doubt on whether the FBI had even worked on the case. “You can’t review 650,000 emails in eight days,” Donald Trump said to the campaign rally in Sterling Heights, Michigan on Sunday evening. He also adds, “Hillary Clinton is guilty, she knows it, the FBI knows it, the people know it and now it’s up to the American people to deliver justice at the ballot box on 8 November.”
Although Mrs Clinton herself did not address the FBI’s letter on the trail, all her campaign team said it was always confident that she would be cleared.
In Manchester, New Hampshire, on Sunday, Clinton said the country was facing “a moment of reckoning” and Americans must decide between “division and unity”.
Back in July, the FBI said she had been “extremely careless” to handle this material on a private email server as secretary of state from 2009-13, but there was no evidence that she committed a crime.
Despite the re-emergence of the email scandal, Clinton maintained a five-point lead in the most recent opinion polls, and this announcement is expected to help her even further.
Both candidates are set for a tour of battleground states on Monday, in the last bid for votes. Mrs Clinton starts the day in Michigan, a traditional, Democratic, stronghold that has been heavily targeted by Mr Trump in recent weeks.
She will then go on to Philadelphia where she will be met by President Barack Obama, Lady Michelle Obama, husband Bill Clinton, and Bruce Springsteen.