Trump launches his 2020 presidential campaign by again talking about Hillary Clinton's emails

Greg Evans
Wednesday 19 June 2019 09:30
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Donald Trump officially launched his 2020 presidential campaign in Orlando, Florida, last night and, almost like a broken record, he went back to the same hymn sheet to appeal to his supporters.

Trump, who is yet to learn who his Democratic opponent will be for the election, is seemingly still stuck in 2016, opening up his campaign with a direct attack on Hillary Clinton and the Democrats.

Citing the Mueller probe into possible collusion with Russia and those infamous Clinton emails, Trump whipped his crowd into a 'lock her up' chant and we could have sworn that we had gone back in time by three years.

If you want to know how the system is rigged, just compared how they came after us for three years with everything they had compared to the free pass they gave to Hillary and her aides after they set an illegal server, destroyed evidence, deleted an acid washed 33,000 emails, exposed classified information, and turned the State Department into a pay-for-play cash machine.

Seriously, we feel like we need Marty McFly to appear and tell us what year it is.

Sadly it is 2019 and, although Trump defeated Clinton in the 2016 election, he still appears to be as obsessed with her as ever and cannot let the Mueller thing go, despite them finding him not guilty of colluding with the Russians.

Considering this was the launch for a new campaign you would have thought that he would have found some new policies to appeal to his voters, or at least something different to complain about, and, yes, everyone said the same thing.

HT Vox

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