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President Trump’s latest tweet about “new Clinton email bombshell” has left followers stunned

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President Donald Trump sent out a Wednesday night tweet about Hillary Clinton that is leaving its mark on the former Democratic presidential candidate.

The Fox News report reads:

“I was told that we would be the first two (another senior government email investigator) to be fired with her (Clinton) Administration…that it was definitely going to happen…” -Charles McCullough

As the president added:

“Had the information (Crooked Hillary’s emails) been released there would have been harm to National Security….” – Charles McCullough Fmr Intel Comm Inspector General

The Fox News report regards alleged coordination between the Clinton campaign and the Obama State Department over the email scandal that threatened to derail her presidential ambitions.

“I’m well aware there was strategic coordination between the [Clinton] campaign, the State Department, certain officials in the State Department, certain law firms in [Washington D.C.] and people on Capitol Hill and I think that bore itself out in the Podesta emails,” McCullough told Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

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President Donald Trump on Tuesday evening called for a closer look at the Clinton campaign’s coordination with the State Department and other Obama agencies regarding the email scandal.

As the president tweeted Tuesday night:

“Charles McCullough, the respected [former] Intel Comm Inspector General, said public was misled on Crooked Hillary Emails,” Trump tweeted. “‘Emails endangered National Security.’ Why aren’t our deep State authorities looking at this? Rigged & corrupt?”

Obviously, this turned out to be a moot point as Hillary Clinton would lose of her own doing.

The new revelations, however, close the gap on how the Hillary Clinton campaign was able to dodge the proverbial bullet of an indictment or further prosecutorial action over her reckless email practices, which endangered national security.

Kyle Becker

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