HUGE: Trump’s Shock Promise… Unleashes the 1 Thing Ever to Bring Down Clintons


Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump unleashed on Democrat rival Hillary Clinton during the second presidential debate, but he made one threat in particular that might strike a bit more fear in the former first lady.

Trump said if he won the presidency, he would appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the former secretary of state’s use of a private email server.

The GOP nominee told Clinton that there have never been so many lies and so much deception when talking about how Clinton deleted more than 30,000 emails from her email server after she received a subpoena from the government.

“There has never been anything like it, and we’re going to have a special prosecutor,” he said.

Trump went on to say that the people of this country, as well as long-time FBI staffers are furious that Clinton was able to get away with bleaching emails from her server. He also said that some people’s lives have been destroyed for doing one-fifth of what she has done, adding that is was a disgrace and she should be ashamed of herself.

Through all of this Clinton wore a fake smile, but deep inside, this comment probably shook her up because it was a special prosecutor that dogged so much of the Bill Clinton presidency, leading to his 1998 impeachment. For those too young to remember, or for those who have forgotten, the impeachment case against Clinton included lying under oath when he was being questioned by investigators for special prosecutor Kenneth Starr.

Talk about a special investigation must rattle Clinton because she’s hoping she can lie about what the emails were about, or she is banking on the fact that all she has to do is say she made a mistake and the public will forgive her and move on. The last thing she wants is more attention brought to her criminal behavior, but that is exactly what needs to happen.

Good for Trump for bringing up those emails and threatening to take down the Clintons.

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