After FBI director James Comey today recommended no charges for Hillary Clinton despite rebuking her for being "extremely careless" in using her unsecured personal e-mail server for classified and top secret information and acknowledging that her actions would typically result in prosecution, Donald Trump has been using social media to prosecute Hillary politically.
Earlier today, Trump wrote on Twitter that, "The system is rigged. General Petraeus got in trouble for far less. Very very unfair! As usual, bad judgment."
Now on his website, Trump blasted the FBI in detail, outlining a number of "coincidences" that led to their decision.
"Bill Clinton didn’t accidentally run into the Attorney General on the airport tarmac last week in Phoenix," Trump wrote. "Hillary Clinton didn’t accidentally sneak into the FBI during one of the country’s biggest holiday weekends to testify on her illegal activities, something that wouldn’t be afforded to others under investigation (and on a Saturday of all days). It was no accident that charges were not recommended against Hillary the exact same day as President Obama campaigns with her for the first time."
Trump concluded his detailed statement by saying, "The final jury will be the American people, and they will issue the verdict on her corruption, incompetence, and bad judgment on November 8th."
Do you think Trump is doing a good job prosecuting Hillary politically?