Donald Trump took full advantage Tuesday night of the day’s document cascade released by Wikileaks, telling a Florida crowd that Hillary Clinton’s campaign is full of ‘so much corruption’ that his administration would be obligated to launch a new criminal probe of her actions during and after her tenure at the State Department.
‘We have to investigate Hillary Clinton, and we have to investigate the investigation!’ he said in the seaside town of Panama City Beach.
‘She was a disaster,’ Trump claimed, recalling her time as a carpetbagging U.S. senator from New York.
‘And she’s a bad person. Remember that. She’s a bad, bad person.’
More than half of Trump’s 51-minute speech in an outdoor amphitheater consisted of new material, courtesy of fresh Wikileaks revelations that came from a hack attack on her campaign chairman John Podesta’s private email account.
By the time a crowd estimated at 8,000 filed back to their cars, he had accused her of secretly plotting to eliminate America’s national borders in favor of a single global government with control over trade and immigration.