Trump Just Ended Hillary With What He Ordered State Department To Release ASAP

The American society demanded that Hillary Clinton was going to be brought up to justice.

But, time showed that the crimes she committed were even worse than everyone thought.

These last few weeks were intense for Hillary, after lots of documents were exposed to the mainstream media about her connections with Russia.

President Donald Trump has made it clear to the State Department that he wants to accelerate the release of any Hillary Clinton emails in its possession as soon as possible, according to three people that were familiar with President Trump’s thinking.

They also described President Trump’s interest in the release of the emails, and the testimony of the FBI informant, as rooted in a commitment “transparency,” with one of them adding that “the law requires cooperation with Congress and the courts.”

The House Republicans are looking at Hillary Clinton’s alleged crimes and are currently investigating one of her Uranium deals among the others. The American conspiracy theorist Alex Jones said that Hillary Clinton sold the uranium to the Russians in exchange for money, and there are documents that prove this.

President Donald Trump was the perfect man for the job. Ever since he came on his position, the people kept saying that he will throw Hillary Clinton behind bars, and now, this might be a huge opportunity, and we might see her in prison in the near future.

Trump is pushing the State Department even harder and it is only a matter of time.

Hillary Clinton is a crooked criminal and that’s why she lost the election in 2016. And she needs to go where she belongs. Behind bars! She will face the justice she deserves.

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