Trump asks when Clinton and Obama will be PROSECUTED: ‘They have to be very careful…it can come around’

by Summer Lane

President Trump pulled several hard punches during Sunday night’s Save America rally in Mesa, Arizona, attacking the severe double standard between the treatment of himself and other presidents like George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

He asked, “When will they investigate and prosecute Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, George Bush, and look into what took place with George Bush’s father and the warehouse of documents had by Barack Hussein Obama?”

Trump eviscerated the political weaponization of the justice system, particularly speaking to the ongoing investigation surrounding the “classified” documents that the FBI seized at his private home, Mar-a-Lago.

He preceded his comments about prosecution by referring to what he called the “socks decision,” which came on the heels of former President Bill Clinton’s purported holding of classified recordings in his sock drawer – a story as comical as it was impactful.

“They should give me immediately back everything that they’ve taken from me because it’s mine,” Trump went on. “…And under the Presidential Records Act, there is no crime – you sit, you negotiate, you talk…in many cases you talk for a long period of time.”

Trump also tempered his attacks on prosecuting political figures like Bush and Clinton, stating, “And I don’t think they’ll do it – and you know what? I don’t think they should do it.”

He later mentioned that it looked like Hunter Biden, the son of Joe Biden, might actually be charged with low-level crimes following years-long reports of serious alleged corruption and debauchery on the younger Biden’s laptop.

He warned, “But are they actually doing this charade to continue targeting me and our movement? …They have to be very careful…it can come around, you know, and snip them…They’re playing a game that’s never been played to this extent in this country.”

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