If He’s Elected, Trump Promises to Send Attorney General After Hillary

In a speech to a revved up California crowd, Donald Trump was on the attack against the presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton over her private email server.  This time, he took it a step further promising that, if elected, the Attorney General would “take a very good look” at what she did.

“I don’t believe our country can let her get away with this crime. I don’t believe it, so we will see,”  Trump said to the crowd at a rally in San Jose. “You know what, if they do let her get away with it,  it will be a big topic of conversation on the campaign trail. I can tell you that, folks. Then if I win, it’s called a five-year statute of limitations. If I win, everything is going to be fair, but I’m sure the Attorney General will take a very good look at it from a fair stand point, okay.” Trump didn’t indicate which law he believes she violated that has a five year statute of limitations.

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The remarks come after Clinton went on the offensive Thursday in what has been called a “savage, mocking evisceration of Donald Trump.”

“He is not just unprepared. He is temperately unfit to hold office that requires knowledge, stability and immense responsibility,” she said during a foreign policy speech.

Rachel Stockman is President of Law&Crime and The Law&Crime Network. She has spent years covering courts and legal issues, and was named Atlanta Press Club's 'Rising Star' in 2014. Rachel graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism and Yale Law School.

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