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Will the emails investigation hurt Hilliary Clinton?

  1. lhubbard profile image60
    lhubbardposted 15 months ago

    Will the emails investigation hurt Hilliary Clinton?

  2. lions44 profile image100
    lions44posted 15 months ago

    At this point, I don't think so.  It will sure up Arizona, Iowa and Ohio for Trump. But he still needs 5 other swing states and I don't see how that happens.  Nevada? In play.  Split state.  But when more news comes out about this investigation, I think people will see that it really is not about her email server, but about someone who had her email addresses.

  3. tamarawilhite profile image91
    tamarawilhiteposted 15 months ago

    She used political office for personal profit, abused a charity for money laundering, shared top secret information with donors for money, violated information handling rules to cover up her illegal actions, lied about it all in repeated legal interviews ... and the second in command of the FBI took a bribe to not indict while her subordinates all lied to cover things up for her.

    The same exact day that Cheryl Mills told Podesta they needed to 'clean up' the email scandal, Clinton Surrogate Terry McCauliffe met with the FBI agent who oversaw the Clinton email case and his wife and promised financial support ($500k+) if she ran for office.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/com … ryl_mills/

  4. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 15 months ago

    No.
    Voters for both candidates have already made up their minds.
    At this point there is (no investigation). What was announced is they found some email exchanges on (her aid's husband's laptop) while they were {investigating him} for sexting with an underage girl.
    We have no idea of what is in those emails. I suspect the FBI director didn't want to risk it coming out after the election that they found some emails. It would have been good for the nation if he had viewed them first. Maybe there are some "undecided voters" but very few.

 
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