Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump argued that Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was treated very well by the press even though “certain really bad things” came out of her testimony before the Benghazi Select Committee on Monday’s “Sean Hannity Show.”
Trump said that he doesn’t think there’s “much of a race” in the Democratic primary, and he would “love to run against Hillary.”
He continued, “I think, frankly, she came out [of her testimony before the Benghazi Select Committee] pretty good, one of the reasons she came out good, because I think the press was extremely good to her, generally speaking. It did come out certain really bad things, like the call for help of 500 or 600 times, and –.” He further agreed with host Sean Hannity that Clinton told the American public and her family two different stories on the motive for the Benghazi attack.
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