MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY (INTELLIHUB) — GOP Presidential Nominee Donald J. Trump’s speech Tuesday night resonated with the crowd and garnered much praise and attention.
During Trump’s speech, which was aided by teleprompters, the very Presidential looking real estate fat cat talked up a political storm that further backed his opponent Hillary Clinton back into a corner, adding heat to her vast record of illegal dealings and current Servergate issue.
“Every election year politician promise change. Obama promised change […] and every year they fail to deliver,” Trump said.
“Why would politicians want to change a system that’s totally rigged in order to keep them in power?, asked Trump aloud.
“Why would politicians want to change a system that’s made them and their friends very wealthy?
“[…] we can’t fix the system by relying on the very people that rigged it.”
“We can’t solve our problems by counting on politicians who’ve created our problems. The Clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. They have made hundreds of millions of dollars selling access, selling favors, selling government contracts and I mean hundreds of millions of dollars.”
Mr. Trump went on to say that Hillary’s use of “a totally illegal private server” that was installed at her residence was to “keep her corrupt dealings out of the public record.”
Obama “is protecting her,” Trump said.
One of the highlights of the speech was when Trump said, “We can turn this all around […] by putting America first.”
Mr. Trump said that he plans to spill the beans on the Clinton Crime Family, likely this coming Monday, in an open press conference.
“The last thing we need is another Hillary in the White house or an extension of the Obama disaster.”
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