As we enter the last few weeks of the heated and controversial 2016 presidential election, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democrat rival Hillary Clinton continue to paint each other as dangerous to the United States.
Trump, however, has done a much better job of capitalizing on Clinton’s many shortcomings as a leader and politician, and one recent video his campaign created has been shared more than 30,000 times in three hours, as of Monday morning.
The video focused on Clinton’s alleged pay-for-play schemes intended to funnel money to her family’s corrupt Clinton Foundation during her tenure as secretary of state.
“As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton abused her power to get millions of dollars for the Clinton Foundation, and in return, granted so many favors to the establishment and elites,” Trump wrote on his Facebook page along with the video. “SO unbelievably corrupt.”
The video, titled “Get Rich Quick: Hillary Clinton’s Pay to Play Guide,” laid out how the Democratic presidential candidate abused her power through a series of steps.
Step 1: Start a Foundation that accepts loads of money from foreign countries and donors.
Step 2: Become Secretary of State.
Step 3: Set up a private email server to cover your tracks.
Step 4: Meet with foreign leaders, with one condition — they donate big bucks to the Foundation.
Step 5: Foreign leaders, dignitaries (really anyone who paid to play) gets special favors from Hillary.
Step 6: Delete any email correspondence on your personal email server.
Step 7: Just in case, destroy devices with a hammer.
Step 8: Pray you don’t get caught.
Step 9: Get caught, cover up, lie … and lie, and lie, and lie, and lie.
Step 10: Run for president!
Watch the video here:
Trump has pointed to Clinton’s corruption as evidence of a “rigged” system that he has promised voters he would end if elected to the presidency.
“You will always be FIRST—not donors, not special interests, not Washington insiders—you!” he wrote in the Facebook post accompanying the video.
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(via: Conservative Tribune)