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'She's Guilty As Hell!' Donald TEARS APART Hillary Clinton Over Email Scandal

Donald Trump Demands Hillary Clinton Jail

Jun. 3 2016, Published 6:29 p.m. ET

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Never one to hold back his feelings about his rivals, Donald Trump has unleashed what might be his biggest slam yet against Hillary Clinton!

Calling Clinton "pathetic" and "sad to watch" at a speech in California on Thursday, the presumptive GOP nominee slammed Clinton for her ongoing email scandal.

"I will say this," Trump said. "Hillary Clinton has to go to jail … If anybody else did this, they'd be in jail two years already!"

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"Folks, honestly, she's guilty as hell," Trump added.

The outburst came after Clinton called Trump "unfit" and "unprepared" to be president this week at a speech Thursday night in San Diego. She added, "We cannot put the safety of our children and grandchildren in Donald Trump's hands. We cannot let him roll the dice with America."

Meanwhile, the FBI's investigation of Clinton continues to escalate, as depositions with her top aides are released to the public. And the recently completed Inspector General's report stated that there was "no evidence" that the former secretary of state requested permission from the state department to manage state business on her private email server.

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But Trump said if the FBI doesn't get the job done now, he will. The billionaire said if Clinton is not indicted for mismanaging her private email server, he would would have his own attorney general investigate, as president.

"Five years' statute of limitations, if I win," Trump said. "Everything is going to be fair, but I'm sure the attorney general will take a very good look at it."

He also called Clinton boring, saying it was "hard to stay awake" during her speeches and joked that he could sell the audio "for people who can't sleep."



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