Donald Trump Calls Hillary Clinton ‘A Disaster,’ Says She ‘Acid-Washed’ Deleted Emails

September 6, 2016


Donald Trump calls his rival Hillary Clinton a “disaster” and charges that she “acid-washed” the deleted 33,000 emails from her private server during her time as secretary of state.


“She’s a disaster in so many different ways,” Trump told his town hall in Virginia on Tuesday afternoon. “I don’t really even think she believes in herself.”


“You know, she was brought so far left, she was brought so far left by Bernie and the group,” he added, referencing Clinton’s primary against Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).


The New Yorker also attacked Clinton over her deleting 33,000 emails from her private server that she used during her time as secretary of state, saying the emails were “acid-washed.”


He added it is a “very sad time…for justice in this country.”


“I’ve never seen anything like it,” he added. “But on Nov. 8, we will cure this problem.”


The Republican nominee attacked his Democratic challenger during the campaign event in Virginia Beach, Virginia where he spoke mostly on military and national security issues.


“We are going to help the female veterans,” Trump told Gen. Michael Flynn who questioned him during the event. “They’ve been left behind.”


A recent Emerson poll shows Trump behind Clinton by only one point in Virginia.


Trump’s Virginia chairman Corey Stewart previously told Breitbart News that the Republican nominee should focus on military issues in the swing state.


“Virginia voters are very concerned by the hollowing out of jobs in the coal industry, of the decline of America’s military,” Stewart explained. “There are over 800,000 veterans in Virginia. They’re very concerned about the VA and the lack of adequate healthcare for veterans.”


During the Tuesday town hall, Trump also blamed the start of ISIS and its expansion on bad leadership.


“We’re in a different world today than we were 20 years ago,” he added. “The weaponry is so powerful today.”


“This is a whole different war,” Trump stressed, pointing to cyber security issues and the internet. “We have to beat them over there.”

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