Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton setting up private email server was premeditated, calls out celebrities backing Democratic candidate
Fourth Estate Staff
Washington, DC, United States (4E) – GOP nominee Donald Trump said in a statement on Wednesday that Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton premeditated the act of setting up a private email server and also called out the celebrities backing her up.
Initially, Trump got confused with his words and used premedication instead of premeditation. He said, “Hillary Clinton created an illegal private email server — deliberately, willfully and with total premedication – premeditation. Could be the first way was right actually.” These statements were made in his most recent rally.
In a new interview, he continued to talk about Clinton’s emails. He said that Americans and even Clinton herself know that she is guilty regarding the new revelations about Clinton Foundation donors’ access to her when she served as the Secretary of State.
The FBI also recently said that they found around 14,000 Clinton documents that might have mishandled the sensitive information in the emails and other documents. The documents have been turned over to the State Department and the results of the reviews are most likely to be released before the November general elections.
The latest attack on Clinton comes after the real estate mogul and his supporters questioned the health of Clinton. Many conservative websites went as far as to suggest that Clinton was using chairs to help her walk and pillows to help her sit comfortably. Trump also said earlier this August that Clinton “took a short-circuit in the brain. She’s got problems.”
Trump also recently talked about the celebrity supporters of Clinton. He pointed out that the celebrities supporting the Democratic candidate are not “very hot anymore.”
The celebrities supporting Clinton are George and Amal Clooney, Justin Timberlake and wife Jessica Biel, Katy Perry, Leonardo DiCaprio , and many more. They have not commented on Trump’s latest statements.