Trump Campaign: Hillary Clinton Is ‘Most Unethical Person Ever’ to Seek Democratic Nomination in Modern History

Donald Trump’s senior campaign advisor says that Hillary Clinton is the “most unethical person ever to seek the Democratic nomination in modern history.”

Trump’s senior policy advisor Stephen Miller explained that the Clintons’ crooked financial dealings, outlined in Clinton Cash, documents a level of corruption that “exceeds the dictionary’s ability to encapsulate it.”

“The Clinton Cash book by Peter Schweizer documents a level of corruption that may be unprecedented in American history— in fact, it almost certainly is,” Miller said on Breitbart News Sunday.

The book, Miller explains, documents how under the Clintons, “the security of the American people was auctioned off to the highest bidder. You saw this, for instance, in the Uranium deal that the book documents, where U.S. uranium assets were given up to Russians while Bill [Clinton] was getting money from the interest groups affected. You’ve seen it in action relating to Iran. You’ve seen it in actions relating to Third World dictators. You’ve seen it especially in relationship to China. The Clintons were receiving huge amounts of money from China while Hillary Clinton was turning a blind eye to Chinese theft of American secrets and intellectual property. And it goes on and on and on and on… This was not just incidental to how Hillary Clinton operated as Secretary of State, it was the defining characteristic of what she did as Secretary of State. It’s corruption on a scale that exceeds the dictionary’s ability to encapsulate it.”

Hillary Clinton, Miller says, is the “embodiment of all things corruption, the embodiment of the oligarchy, the embodiment of special interests control over our legislative process. The only people who will make decisions in the Hillary Clinton administration will be people with very deep pockets and very powerful connections.”

During the interview, Miller was asked about Clinton’s other failings as Secretary of State such as Benghazi and her email scandal. Miller explained that all of these scandals are interrelated, and that while the media has done some reporting on her corrupt financial dealings, the media has yet to follow the intersection of Clinton’s various scandals to its logical conclusion:

Hillary Clinton made 30,000 emails disappear and put them outside the reach of FOIA by putting them on her private server and declaring them to be personal. We have every reason to believe that those emails relate to the conduct discussed in Clinton Cash. In other words, Hillary Clinton is making all of these secret deals with foreign governments to get her family rich and then marking them personal—when she should have been focused on providing security for the Benghazi compound… [and so] when I say I want the media to focus in on this issue. It’s not just that they already have—they’ve confirmed all the reporting, all the major reporting in Clinton Cash—it’s about following it to its logical conclusion. In other words, what’s happened is that Hillary Clinton put national security at risk, violated the rules for storing emails, created a… private server, then deleted or moved out of the public reach crucial emails all to cover up a massive scam on the American people to get her and her husband rich. That’s the story that needs to be investigated.

“Again, what makes it so dangerous is that Hillary Clinton was doing this while Secretary of State,” Miller said. “For years as President Obama’s Secretary of State, she was putting national security at risk in order to enrich herself and her family, and also putting the American economy at risk.”

Miller explained that Clinton also “undermined our economy.”

[Hillary Clinton] totally surrendered to China economically during her time as Secretary of State. Our trade deficit ballooned 40%, they stole hundreds of billions of dollars of intellectual property from the United States every single year while she was Secretary of State, and she ran up over a trillion dollars in trade deficits with China. Now at the same time this is happening, the Chinese government through its subsidiaries is funneling huge amounts of money to Bill Clinton…

So one of the points I’ve made recently is that she says she cares about working people—which, of course, is nonsense. She has nothing but contempt for working people, but the evidence of that is that she gets herself rich while allowing China to make the American people very, very poor— including taking jobs directly from poor African American and Hispanic workers as a result of her China policy. And I would also note that she said she wanted China to be a part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership too. So we have to ask ourselves the question: is Hillary’s attitude towards China colored by the huge amount of money the Chinese government has given to the family?

Miller concluded by explaining that Democratic voters need to ask themselves whether they want to be “a party that is completely and totally 100 percent owned by Hillary Clinton’s corporate benefactors”:

Everything the Clintons touch turns into a massive legal controversy because they are so profoundly unethical. And of course, Hillary Clinton is certainly the most unethical person ever to seek the Democratic nomination in modern history. And the question that Democrat voters need to ask themselves as this primary plays out is—the Democratic voters are responding to Bernie Sanders because Bernie is giving a message of saying we don’t want the oligarchs to run the show and we don’t want the special interests to call the shots and we don’t want a legislative process that’s controlled by money.

Should they nominate Hillary Clinton as a result of this super delegate rigged system, the Democrats will have chosen as their nominee the embodiment of all things corruption, the embodiment of the oligarchy, the embodiment of special interests control over our legislative process. The only people who will make decisions in the Hillary Clinton administration will be people with very deep pockets and very powerful connections. And it would just seem to me that part of the closing pitch for Bernie Sanders has to be: Do we want the Democratic Party to be a Party that is completely and totally 100% owned by Hillary Clinton’s corporate benefactors?


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