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Giuliani Says a Trump Administration ‘Can Reopen the Case’ Against Clinton

If Donald Trump wins the presidential election in November, the Justice Department could pursue an indictment of Hillary Clinton, according to Rudy Giuliani.

Politico reported that the former New York City mayor, who previously served as a prosecutor, declared Thursday: “The national security case against her is so strong that I’ve convicted people based on 10 percent” as much evidence. Newsmax explained that he was referring to Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.

FBI Director James Comey recently announced that investigators found no cause to prosecute the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. However, he accused her of being “extremely careless” in her handling of classified documents. Clinton may have allowed “hostile actors” to gain access to the information, Comey said. Attorney General Loretta Lynch wasted no time in accepting the FBI’s recommendation to file no criminal charges.

“Why wasn’t she prosecuted?” Giuliani asked during his speech to New York delegates at the Republican National Convention. “If Donald Trump becomes president, the statute of limitations will not have run. … We can reopen the case. So she's going to be running to try to prevent getting an orange jumpsuit.”

Chris Christie, the New Jersey governor who challenged Trump for the nomination before dropping out of the race, also has called for criminal charges against Clinton. He described her alleged wrongdoing in his speech at the convention Tuesday night. The crowd responded with chants of “Lock Her Up!”

Source: Newsmax
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