Hillary Clinton pulls no punches on Donald Trump during rally in Pasco
Days after her emails were thrust back into the center of the election, Hillary Clinton pulled no punches on opponent Donald Trump while rallying voters Tuesday in Dade City.
The embattled candidate made no mention of the controversial letter FBI Director James Comey sent to congressional leaders Friday announcing his intention to reopen the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state. Instead, Clinton reiterated to supporters in bullet-point fashion why she felt Trump was unfit to be president.
“Maybe it’s what he said about POWs,” Clinton told the roughly 1,500 rally attendees, referring to Trump’s remarks about Arizona Sen. John McCain’s capture during the Vietnam War.
“Maybe it’s what he said about a judge,” she said, in reference to Trump questioning the ability of an Indiana-born federal judge overseeing a case involving the defunct Trump University to remain impartial, given his Mexican descent.
Clinton has repeatedly said since Friday that she wouldn’t let the letter distract her campaign from the issues. Ask her supporters about the emails, and they’ll give you the same answer over and over: