“America’s Mayor” Rudy Giuliani, who once served as an assistant attorney general and was a former U.S. Attorney in New York, said if it were up to him, he’d indict the Clinton Foundation on racketeering charges.
The foundation has been under attack for years for its sloppy bookkeeping and excessive administrative costs, and has been accused of being little more than a Clinton hedge fund.
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“If I were back in my old job as U.S. Attorney, I would probably indict the Clinton Foundation as a racketeering enterprise,” the former New York City Mayor told Shannon Bream at about the 11:00 mark on “Fox News Sunday.”
“They took money from money launderers, criminals, dictators, people who abuse women as a matter of government policy. She did favors to those very people who gave money to the Clinton Foundation.”
Earlier in the interview, Giuliani said that Hillary Clinton — not Donald Trump — should apologize to the American people for “lying to Gold Star mothers” and for taking millions in cash in “pay for play” from countries that don’t share our values.
“So, she deserves to give the American people an apology,” the mayor said at about the seven-minute mark. “She certainly should give us an apology for having been found completely careless in handling national security information.”
Giuliani also said that Clinton is being pushed ahead in the polls by the mainstream media.
“She doesn’t need to campaign,” he said. “She has The New York Times, she has The Daily News, she has ABC, she has CBS, she has NBC, she has an entire media empire that constantly demonizes Donald Trump and fails to point out that she hasn’t had a press conference in [hundreds of] days.”
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