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Hillary’s Bad Night At The Commander-In-Chief Forum

Team GOP - September 8, 2016

Last night Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were given the opportunity to present their case to an audience of military personnel and veterans at NBC’s commander-in-chief forum. Each candidate was given 30 minutes to answer questions from NBC and from audience members. Hillary went first and proceeded to give the audience several reasons why she should never be commander-in-chief.

Confronted with a question about how she handled classified information in an “extremely careless” manner, Hillary tried to adjust her story yet again. Hillary said nothing she sent or received had classification headers. That story is very different than when she told the American people that she “never sent nor received any information that was classified.” FBI Director Comey made clear that she did in fact send and receive classified information on her secret server.

Moving from bad to worse, Hillary was then asked about her judgment. Just as a reminder, even the socialist Bernie Sanders questions her judgment. Hillary’s failure in Libya, Benghazi, Russia, Syria, Iran, and Iraq shows exactly why Americans can’t trust her judgment.

Wednesday night gave a preview of what is to come on September 26th at the first Presidential debate. Hillary has 18 days to get her stories straight on everything from her dangerous email practices to why her State Department gave special treatment to Clinton Foundation donors.

With 61 days to go until election day, the American people are seeing now, more than ever why they cannot trust Hillary Clinton, and why she must never be commander-in-chief.


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