Republican Committee Releases New Hillary Clinton Video

Republican Committee Releases New Hillary Clinton Video
Republican Committee Releases New Hillary Clinton Video

The Republican National Committee (RNC) released Friday a new video, ‘Stay Secretive, My Friends,’ to highlight Hillary Clinton’s “long history of secrecy and hypocrisy.”

Almost every day now, according to RNC, the public is learning new details about Hillary Clinton’s failure to be transparent about her use of private e-mail or her foundation’s acceptance of foreign donations.

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“Hillary Clinton certainly fits the description of ‘the least transparent person in the world.’ Clinton refuses to answer simple questions about her use of personal e-mail and a secret server—and on a whole host of other issues. It is time for Hillary Clinton to come clean and give the American people the answers they deserve,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.

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Questions are being raised about Hillary Clinton’s practice of using her own private e-mail address and server instead of using the official e-mail facility during her stint as Secretary of State.

While her critics have voiced their concerns over the hush-hush way she had been using her own e-mail, Clinton said she has already turned over many e-mails to the State Department requesting it to make them public.

However, it’s not yet clear if only some or all the mails that she sent and received are in the State Department’s possession.

Photo / Video courtesy: RNC

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