BOOM: Trump Lets Hillary HAVE IT in Major Speech, Calls Her a ‘World Class Liar’

BOOM: Trump Lets Hillary HAVE IT in Major Speech, Calls Her a ‘World Class Liar’

Just yesterday, Donald Trump rebuked Hillary where it should hurt anyone the most, her character. He opened up his counterattack by calling her “a world class liar” who personally gets rich making others poor. More importantly, she gets rich making US poor…

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From the AP:

Still, the central goal of Trump’s speech appeared to be uniting the Republican Party and appealing to people who may be skeptical of him but vigorously oppose Clinton. He unleashed a grab bag of Republicans’ favorite criticisms of Clinton, including her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, her response to the deadly 2012 attacks on Americans in Benghazi, Libya, and accusations that she and former President Bill Clinton profited from their family foundation.

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“Hillary Clinton may be the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency,” Trump said.

Some of Trump’s charges come from Schweizer’s book, which has been criticized for failing to provide evidence of direct connections between business dealings by foreign interests, sometimes involving the Clinton Foundation, and decisions by Clinton when she was secretary of state.

The Republican candidate also argued that Clinton’s opposition to a massive Asia-Pacific trade pact was an example of her political opportunism, noting that she had worked on the agreement while at the State Department and has previously backed free trade accords. And he took aim at her immigration policies, saying her call for providing those in the U.S. illegally with a path to citizenship amounted to “mass amnesty.”

Trump’s remarks came one day after Clinton launched her own blistering attacks on her White House rival. She moved to undercut Trump’s argument that his business record would help him create jobs as president, arguing instead that he had been “reckless” with his companies and “shouldn’t have his hands on our economy.”

Trump also tried to turn Clinton’s strengths into negatives. He spent much of his speech trying to undercut her foreign policy record, highlighting her early support of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, which she now says was a mistake, and linking the policies she promoted at the State Department to the rise of the Islamic State terror group.

“The Hillary Clinton foreign policy has cost America thousands of lives and trillions of dollars and trillions of dollars and unleashed ISIS across the world,” Trump said.

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Things are starting to heat up and it seems that Trump has just upped his game with this counterattack. His game was very strong and what he had to say was truth. Truth that will cut where it lands.

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