What will happen to Hillary Clinton when Donald J. Trump becomes the next president of the United States? Maybe Bill Clinton was trying to figure that out when he called the president-elect yesterday.
Kellyanne Conway did not rule out the appointment of a special prosecutor to begin an unbiased investigation into the Hillary Clinton email scandal after Trump takes the oath of office. During an interview with MSNBC, Conway said she has not discussed such an action with the president-elect recently, but she added such a chat will come “all in due time.”
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Right now, Donald Trump and Mike Pence are focused on unifying the country and their transition into the White House, Conway also noted. According to the campaign manager, Bill Clinton did not ask about a special prosecutor appointment during his brief chat with Trump.
Once Donald Trump is in charge of the Department of Justice, Loretta Lynch will likely be looking for a new job. Getting Trump’s chosen appointee through a Republican-controlled Congress should not be a difficult task for him.
After Loretta Lynch is gone, the need to appoint a special prosecutor will essentially evaporate. All Trump, and America, wants is a fair investigation into Hillary’s actions and for the law to be levied against her in the same manner it would be wielded against anyone else should evidence warrant. A fair and honest trial is all that is needed.
Rudy Giuliani and Chris Christie are two individuals rumored to be in the running for attorney general. America’s sheriff, David Clarke, may also be under consideration for a top law enforcement or domestic security spot.
During the presidential debate, Donald Trump shared his plan for Clinton’s mishandling of classified information investigation should he win the race. As usual, the outsider Republican did not mince words.
“If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation. Because there has never been so many lies, so much deception. There has never been anything like it. And we’re gonna have a special prosecutor,” Trump said.
“You know it’s just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in this country,” Hillary Clinton responded, but her elitist smirk quickly disappeared when the Republican uttered his retort, “Because you’d be in jail.”
The evidence against Hillary Clinton appears overwhelming. Trey Gowdy and Jason Chaffatz are still moving forward with their congressional investigation into the same matter as well as the very likely possibility the former first lady committed perjury when testifying before them.
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