Trump Says Hillary Was “Guilty of Every Charge”

Less than three months into his term, President Donald Trump has had some wins — Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch — and some losses — the failure of Obamacare’s repeal — but one thing has remained steady: His belief that his 2016 election opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was guilty as sin.

“Don’t forget, when (FBI Director) Jim Comey came out, he saved Hillary Clinton,” the president declared during a Fox Business Network interview aired Wednesday, referring to the stunning moment last year when Comey read off a list of Clinton’s proven crimes, then announced he would not be recommending charges against her.

“When he was reading those charges, she was guilty on very charge,” Trump added, according to a transcript from The Washington Post. “And then he said, she was essentially OK. But he — she wasn’t OK, because she was guilty on every charge.”

And she was a liar who had twisted the truth numerous times, all in a bid to act as if she was innocent, when in fact she was not:

Unfortunately, it appeared unlikely that either Trump or Attorney General Jeff Sessions would reopen investigations into Clinton, due to both political and personal reasons.

“I don’t want to hurt the Clintons, I really don’t,” Trump said in an interview shortly after his election victory last November. “She went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways, and I am not looking to hurt them at all. The campaign was vicious.”

This didn’t necessarily mean Hillary was off the hook, though. And it did not help her case that, instead of displaying even a shred of introspection, she has begun trying to pin the blame for her election loss on everybody but herself — including the American people.

Considering her nasty attitude, it would kind of be nice to see her brought to justice.

Speaking of which, in a series of tweets published late last month, the president indicated that he believed Clinton should be investigated for her ties to Russia.

Take a look:

He was right on all counts, of course, though it only added to the mystery of why he refused to go after the Clintons.

They clearly had no qualms about hurting either him or the American people, so why not just give them a dose of their own treatment?

H/T Newsmax

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