'Bigger than Watergate' Donald Trump blasts Hillary Clinton as 'most corrupt politician'

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The Presidential runner hit out at Mrs Clinton after the FBI announced the re-investigation linked to her use of a private email account for shield emails while she was Secretary of State following the discovery of new emails in an “unaffiliated case”.

Talking at a rally in New Hampshire, Mr Trump told the baying push: “Hillary Clinton’s corruption is on a scale we’ve never seen before. We essential not let her take her criminal scheme into the Oval Office.

“I have tickety-boo respect for the fact the FBI and the De rtment of Justice are now willing to have the courage to exactly the horrible mistake that they made.

“This was a grave defeat of justice that the American people fully understood and it’s everybody’s wish that it’s about to be corrected.

“So that is a big announcement I heard 10 flashes ago and I guess obviously most of you folks have heard about it and for all fairness for all the child that have suffered for doing so much less and four supernova General James Carter, General Portas and many others, perhaps for all time justice will be done.

“With that being said the log a few zees Zs of my speech is going to be so boring.

“Should I even make the speech? We ss on talk about borders, we will talk about trade, we’ll lure back our jobs, strengthen our military and let’s get going.

“This is bigger than Watergate.”

Mr Trump has uniformly brought up Mrs Clinton’s e-mail scandal during the presidential cam ign and today’s statement was music to his ears.

However, less than an hour after he defeated his speech, an unnamed US official told the Associated Press news intervention the new e-mails did not come from Mrs Clinton’s private server.

The new e-mails were initiate during an investigation into former Anthony Weiner’s “sexting” sin, the New York Times reported.

The White House said nothing has cooked which would change Presidnet Obama’s view of Hillary Clinton as a runner.

US house oversight chairman, Jason Chaffetz, broke the initial info on Friday afternoon local time, tweeting he had received information from the chief honcho of the FBI the case into Mrs Clinton would be re-opened.

He tweeted: “The FBI has learned of the ens of emails that appear to be pertinent to the investigation.”

During a speech in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, straight after Mr Trump’s rally in New Hampshire, Mrs Clinton did not address the fresh inquiry.

Last July it emerged Mrs Clinton had been using a private email server, sooner than her state.gov one, for correspondence.

The FBI spent a year investigating her use of the unauthorised account between 2009 and 2013, amongst claims there were highly sensitive government secrets have in it in some of her correspondence.

Questions were raised that she may have splintered federal laws as the transmitting of classified information over unsecured conveys is forbidden.

She has never denied her involvement in the fiasco, previously saying: “If I had to do it once more again, I would, obviously, do it differently.

”But I’m not going to make any excuses. It was a misidentify as and I take responsibility for that.”

In July, FBI Director James Comey asseverated there was evidence Mrs Clinton and her staff may have broken some laws, but no “proper” prosecutor would bring charges.

In a statement released on Friday, affirming they were reopening the case, he said: “In connection with an unconnected case, the FBI has learned of the existence of emails that appear to be pertinent to the probe.”

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