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Benghazi Widow: Clinton Foundation Emails Show Hillary Believes Rules Don’t Apply, I Don’t Want Her As President

On Saturday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Dr. Dorothy Woods, whose husband, Tyrone Woods, was killed in the 2012 Benghazi attack stated that recently-released emails regarding the Clinton Foundation are “just another example of how as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continued to operate under the attitude of, rules that apply to everybody else don’t apply to me.” And “do we really want this woman as our next president? No.”

Woods said, “It doesn’t surprise me. I think that as a voter, It’s just another example of how as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continued to operate under the attitude of, rules that apply to everybody else don’t apply to me. We’ve seen this with her emails and setting up her server. We see this now with questionable relationships of her foundation, and its influence on her decisions as Secretary of State. In my case, the committee — The Select Committee on Benghazi had shown that she had negligence in judgment. And despite what her husband, President Clinton, has said about the comments of FBI Director James Comey, he pretty much summarized that she had negligence in judgment, as well. So, do we really want this woman as our next president? No.”

She added, “I think that Donald Trump, who I do support, and who I will vote for, is not afraid to say, you know, what are our deficits? What our problems. He’s not afraid to identify radical Islam is a big one, both domestically and abroad, and to me, combating that is one of the most important things.”

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