Trump again pushes to release Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails before election saying there’s ‘so much evidence’
PRESIDENT Trump again pushed to release Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails before the election, and said there’s "so much evidence."
The President's comments came on Thursday in an interview with Fox Business, with just 19 days until the 2020 presidential election.
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President Trump claimed that people "broke the law" and spied on his campaign.
He claimed there's "so much evidence."
Trump alleged people "tried to overthrow the presidency" in 2016.
When asked if the emails and other declassified information would be released before the election, Trump said he's working to get them out.
"It's okay for me to have to be spied on and ripped off and defrauded by these thieves, but they don't want to affect the election because the republicans play a very much nicer game," Trump said.
Speaking with Fox, Trump also slammed Joe Biden as a "corrupt politician."
The comment came after an explosive report from the New York Post alleged that Hunter Biden arranged a meeting between his father and his boss, Burisma exec Vadym Pozharskyi, when Joe served as VP.
He then threatened legal action against Twitter for censoring the report and locking accounts.
The president also accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of holding up another stimulus deal.
More to follow…
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