Donald Trump alleges corruption and devastation follow Hillary Clinton
Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump launched yet another attack on his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton on Thursday.
Soon after her speech at the Democratic national convention, Trump tweeted “corruption and devastation follows her wherever she goes”.
Trump alleged that Hillary Clinton is “owned by Wall Street”. He also criticized her for “Hillary’s refusal to mention radical Islam” in her nominee speech at the convention.
Trump termed Hillary’s “vision is a border less world where working people have no power, no jobs, no safety”, the Guardian quoted him.
Trump added that “no one has worse judgement than Hillary Clinton, corruption and devastation follows her wherever she goes.” Media reports suggest that his attacks were in response to Clinton’s scathing criticism on Trump’s qualities for the Presidential nomination.
“Imagine him in the Oval Office facing a real crisis,” Hillary said during one of her speeches. She added that “a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons”.The Guardian reported that the Trump camp has launched a vitriolic attacks on Hillary, shooting up cranking out 15 emails.
Some of the mails began like “Hillary’s With Us” shown in subject line.
“Hillary’s With Us… If You’re A Clinton Foundation Donor (Goldman Sachs Edition)” read on of the mail, while another had the message “Hillary’s With Us… If You Break The Rules (Secret Server Edition).”
Trump’s national spokeswoman Katrina Pierson also weighed in on Twitter. She tweeted: “#crookedHillary doesn’t understand that there is only ONE President not a village of Presidents. @realDonaldTrump can fix it! #DemsInPhilly”.
The Trump campaign also put out a statement, attributed to senior Policy Adviser Stephen Miller, that savaged Clinton.
“Hillary Clinton’s speech was an insulting collection of cliches and recycled rhetoric. She spent the evening talking down to the American people she’s looked down on her whole life,” said Miller in a statement.
Miller described Clinton’s address as “a speech delivered from a fantasy universe, not the reality we live in today”.
With the general election officially starting, both Trump and Clinton will hit the campaign trail on Friday. Clinton will start a bus tour through Ohio and Pennsylvania with a stop in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, while Trump has two campaign stops scheduled in Colorado, the Guardian reported.