Donald Trump Focuses on Hillary Clinton Perjury Case as Clinton Meets with FBI

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump focused on a potential perjury case against Hillary Clinton, with the Republican National Committee providing justification for the case.

Trump tweeted the Republican Party’s promotion of the document Hillary Clinton signed on August 8, 2015 confirming that she turned over all emails from to the Department of State.

But Clinton did not turn over a smoking gun email in the case.

The email in question popped up in an inspector general’s report. Breitbart News reported:

“In November 2010, Secretary Clinton and her Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations discussed the fact that Secretary Clinton’s emails to Department employees were not being received,” according to the report.

Clinton’s Deputy Chief of Staff told her that “we should talk about putting you on state email or releasing your email address to the department so you are not going to spam.”

Hillary Clinton replied, “Let’s get separate address or device but I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible.”

Clinton met with the FBI Saturday for two and a half hours. The Republican National Committee asserted that Clinton is the first major party presidential candidate to sit for an interview about her own conduct pursuant to an FBI criminal investigation.