Unbelievable! Quasi-judicial pardoning of Hillary and her Foundation despite Trump's strong campaign threat to "instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation." Supports do the Nazi Heil Salute while proclaiming white superiority and speaking of the LugenPress, a Nazi term to criticize the press!
Richard Spencer speaking to his group of 200 White Supremacists, gathered at the Ronald Reagan Building a few days ago.
So much for idle campaign promises (in actuality, they were more accurately termed as "threats").
He is dispensing with her crimes, sweeping them under the rug, while the Clinton Foundation's excesses are egregious and outrageous violations of the law, and now Donald wants to "help her heal?"
This is really incredible. I am all for reaching across the aisle, but for Mr. Trump to unilaterally absolve her of any wrong doing as if he had Judicial powers of his own: this is too much for the American people to sanguinely accept, and yet that is probably precisely what they will do. What facile chumps we are as a nation!
This turns our back on the wrongdoings at the Foundation and perhaps permanently sweeps it all under the rug. Something is very wrong here.
President-elect Donald Trump's administration will not pursue further investigations of Hillary Clinton's private email server or the Clinton Foundation, according to his former campaign manager Kellyanne Conway.
Trump's decision represents a significant break from a major campaign promise -- at the second presidential debate in early October, Trump threatened Clinton, saying that "if I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation."
Conway said Clinton "still has to face the fact that a majority of Americans don't find her to be honest or trustworthy," but added that "if Donald Trump can help her heal, then perhaps that's a good thing to do."
"Hail Trump, hail our people, hail victory!"
That's how Richard B. Spencer saluted more than 200 attendees on Saturday, gathered at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C., for the annual conference of the National Policy Institute, which describes itself as "an independent organization dedicated to the heritage, identity, and future of people of European descent in the United States, and around the world."