By Townhall. President Trump tweeted out a response to Clinton via a Rush Limbaugh soundbite. In the Fox News clip he shared, Limbaugh says Clinton is “the last person” who should be mandating what happens to Trump, considering she has been repeatedly “rejected” by the American people.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 24, 2019
At the TIME 100 summit in New York Tuesday afternoon, Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump is lucky he’s president. Special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report on the Russia investigation concluded that Trump at no point colluded to win the 2016 election, but it did leave open some questions about his behavior and whether it amounted to obstruction of justice.
Clinton intoned that anyone else would not have gotten off so scot-free. . .
“I think there is enough there that any other person who had engaged in those acts would certainly have been indicted.” @HillaryClinton on whether Donald Trump obstructed justice or not at the #TIME100 Summit https://t.co/LesjLJH44j pic.twitter.com/rRg2MnEmA9
— TIME (@TIME) April 23, 2019
Trump Jr. shared some of her unfortunate laundry list, before dubbing her the worst presidential candidate “in history.”
It’s her total lack of self awareness, after bleachbit and hammering iPhones under subpoena (obstruction), why Hillary was the worst candidate in the history of the Presidency. Well one of many reasons.
I’m so thankful she’s not leading this country… and never will. https://t.co/RGPELT0e7H
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) April 23, 2019
(Read more from “Hillary Says Trump ‘Certainly’ Should Have Been Indicted…Here’s How POTUS Responded” HERE)
Hillary Clinton: Anyone Other Than Trump Would Have Been Indicted for Obstruction
By Fox News. Hillary Clinton said Tuesday she believes Donald Trump would have been indicted in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe if he weren’t president, though stopped short of calling for his impeachment.
Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president in 2016, argued during a Q&A session in New York that Mueller’s report “could not be clearer” in making the case Trump tried to obstruct the Russia investigation — even though Mueller did not come to an explicit conclusion on that question.
“I think there’s enough there that any other person who had engaged in those acts would certainly have been indicted,” Clinton said at the “Time 100 Summit.” “But because of the rule in the Justice Department that you can’t indict a sitting president, the whole matter of obstruction was very directly sent to the Congress.”
Clinton, who was defeated by Trump in the election, said it’s too early to call for Trump’s impeachment. She said she supports Congress investigating Mueller’s findings “based on evidence” and without a “preordained conclusion.”
After a thorough examination in Congress, Clinton said, “If at that point they believe high crimes and misdemeanors have been committed, then I think it is the obligation of the Congress to put forward articles of impeachment.” (Read more from “Hillary Clinton: Anyone Other Than Trump Would Have Been Indicted for Obstruction” HERE)