"No." Trump PERSONALLY Tells NY Times he is NOT taking Clinton Investigations Off the Table
Rampant rumors sparked by comments from Trump underlings were laid to rest this afternoon when Donald Trump explicitly told the New York Times "No" when asked if he is taking investigations of the Clintons off the table!
Web sites across the US reeled with shock and dismay earlier Tuesday after Trump underlings, appearing on an MSNBC television program, said they understood Trump would not be prosecuting any crimes involving Hillary (or Bill) Clinton. It turns out that "their understanding" was wrong.
Trump was interviewed by the New York Times today and blurbs from that meeting were being live-Tweeted by NYTimes' Magie Haberman. When it came to the topic of prosecuting the Clintons, Trump was asked if he is taking investigations of Clinton "off the table." He replied bluntly "No." Here is the Tweet from Magie Habereman who was in the New York Times meeting with the President Elect today:
Trump says "no" when asked if he is taking investigations off the table for Clintons but adds he doesn't want to "hurt the Clintons."— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) November 22, 2016
So there you have it. Despite all the hand-wringing taking place earlier today by web sites who mistakenly accepted the word of underlings as fact, the PEOTUS himself has laid the issue clearly to rest. He will NOT be taking investigations of the Clintons off the table.
Alex Jones discusses the breaking report showing that Trump will NOT take an investigation into Hillary Clinton off the table despite earlier reports.