Supporters angry as Donald Trump

Je suis loin d’être d’accord avec la position de Donald Trump, de ne pas poursuivre Hilary Clinton, il y a-t-il une justice différente entre les riches et le peuple.

Je sais qu’il veut apaiser la population surtout pour les démocrates, mais cela ne justifie pas, elle et son mari ont fait plus de 153 millions avec la Fondation Clinton, imaginer le nombre de retour d’ascenseur qu’elle aurait dû retourner à ces petits amis, si elle avait été élue présidente.

J’ai inclus 2 vidéos à la fin, Infowars et de Breitbart, s’il se met à dos ceux qu’ils l’ont amener au pouvoir, cela ne sera pas rose pour lui pour les 4 prochaines années.

Il est mieux de ramener des vrais jobs au États-Unis pour compenser.

À suivre …


Extrait de: Supporters angry as Donald Trump backs off Hillary Clinton prosecution, By Curtis Skinner Reuters,  

Some of Donald Trump‘s strongest conservative supporters are voicing anger and disappointment at the president-elect’s comments on Tuesday that he might back off his campaign pledge of pursuing a prosecution of former rival Hillary Clinton.

Trump, in an interview with the New York Times, took a more compassionate tone toward the Democratic presidential nominee than during his campaign, when he talked about a possible criminal investigation of the opponent he dubbed “Crooked Hillary” if he won the White House.

Chants of “Lock her up” echoed throughout his campaign rallies, with Trump supporters angrily alleging corruption related to her use of a private email server while secretary of state and to foreign contributions received by the Clinton Foundation charity.

WATCH: Rudy Giuliani confirms Donald Trump will not launch criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton

 

“She went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways, and I am not looking to hurt them at all. The campaign was vicious,” Trump told the Times, adding that launching an investigation was “not something I feel very strongly about.”

Conservatives who had reveled in the possibility of a Clinton prosecution were not pleased.

Breitbart News, the outlet once led by Trump‘s chief strategist, Steve Bannon, published a story on Tuesday under the headline, “Broken Promise: Trump ‘Doesn’t Wish to Pursue’ Clinton email charges.”

Writer and commentator Ann Coulter also balked at the news, tweeting: “Whoa! I thought we elected (Trump) president. Did we make him the FBI, & (U.S. Department of Justice)? His job is to pick those guys, not do their jobs.”

She added no president should block “investigators from doing their jobs.”

Radio personality Rush Limbaugh asked the 2 million people who like his Facebook page for reaction and received more than 2,000 responses, many of which were livid.

“Donald J. Trump, I am hearing that you will not be pursuing Hillary email scandal and pay-to-play. If that is the case, you just proved to me and America that laws are for the poor people. That Lady Justice is not blind. That you are no different than the swamp you want to drain. If true, you have just spit in my face and so many others,” Facebook user Donald Marks wrote.

Some Republicans have backed the shift, including former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a close Trump adviser, who told reporters on Tuesday that while he would have supported an investigation, Trump had to make a “tough choice.”

“There is a tradition in American politics that after you win an election, you sort of put things behind you,” Giuliani told ABC News.


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Trump: Hillary Being Brought To Justice Not Off The Table


Extrait de: Schweizer: Trump Announcement on Clinton Investigation ‘Deeply Disturbing,’ ‘Definition of a Rigged System’

 

On Tuesday’s edition of “The Kelly File” on the Fox News Channel, Breitbart editor at large Peter Schweizer, author of  “Clinton Cash,” criticized President Elect Donald Trump’s statement that he doesn’t want to prosecute Hillary Clinton.

Schweizer said, “I think it’s deeply disturbing. Look, he shouldn’t be talking about this at all. It’s not his job. I was on your program earlier this year, Megyn, talking about how inappropriate it would be for President Obama to intervene in an investigation.

It is equally inappropriate for a President Elect and later President Donald Trump to do the same. If he wants to pardon her at the tail end of an investigation, if the Department of Justice decides that they’re not going to prosecute, they are fine to do that, but the FBI is undergoing an investigation right now, and the President Elect should not be telling them to halt their investigation.”

Schweizer added that Trump was “overstepping” his role, and President Obama would have been hammered by the right for doing likewise. And “If Hillary Clinton had won in November, I think it’s safe to assume that she would not have been investigated for the Clinton Foundation. She has lost in November, and now it seems that Donald Trump does not want her to be investigated for the Clinton Foundation. That is the definition of a rigged system.”