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September 5, 2016 5:59 am

Giuliani: Hillary Clinton ‘Acted With Criminal Intent’ in Relation to Email Server

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Former New York City mayor Giuliani. Photo: Screenshot.

Former New York City mayor Giuliani. Photo: Screenshot.

Politico – Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani claimed Sunday that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton “acted intentionally and with criminal intent” in regard to the private email server she used while secretary of state.

Giuliani, a Donald Trump surrogate and former United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, said in a statement released by Trump’s campaign that Clinton’s “powerful evidence of criminal intent” was how she deleted 33,000 emails and erased them with “expensive BleachBit software” that he claims is “used by criminals seeking to hide evidence from law enforcement.”

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  • Emanuel

    The Clintons are murderers they murder people – that’s what they do. They don’t care about our people or our country or even “their” people as evidenced by the 4 DNC staff who have mysteriously died UNDER THE SAME MO as all the other Clinton murders. This email story is a distraction from the truth. If we elect this demon we will get what we deserve, g-d bless the USA may we win the battle between good and evil.

  • H. Givon

    Giuliani has atated what is has become so evident. There is mounting proof that what was described by FBI Director Comey as ‘negligence’ was more than that; it was an intentional effort on the part of Hillary Clinton to deceive the American public once again regarding some of her activities. Her secrecy, lying, and support for the harmful policies of the Obama administration in addition to decades of scandals should disqualify Clinton from her White House candidacy.

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