The Republican nominee Donald Trump released a statement in which he said that the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton can hardly escape the consequences of her past even after the FBI released her off her email probe; the Republican nominee Donald Trump urged American voters not to let her get away with her malicious past. Trump emphasized that the Democratic nominee was being protected by the rigged system claiming that this must be put to an end by the American voters.
The Republican nominee Donald Trump posed a crucial question to his supporters insinuating that the possibility of reviewing 650,000 emails was impossible and therefore the FBI releasing the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was unjust. Trump continued to emphasize that the possibility of Hillary Clinton getting away with the email probe from the FBI was unrealistic and hence he urged the American people to deliver justice on November 8th during the presidential election and make sure that she faces justice.
The FBI director had been under enormous pressure and despite this he still released the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton off her charges. The Republicans have reacted to this release claiming that its unfair and unjust. Among the Republicans who reacted furiously to the release is Newt Gingrich who was the former house speaker and former adviser to Donald Trump, he said that the FBI Director had been destroyed by the immense political pressure which came under. He emphasized that the pressure was painful and inhumane for James Comey. The Republican vice-president also made a statement that rejected the FBI directors ruling saying that it was unacceptable and that releasing classified information is a crime. Mr. Pence said that the American people had an opportunity of a life time to put the Clintons history to an end during the coming November 8th election.