We all know that the liberally-biased, mainstream, corporate media had gotten quite a few things wrong — but now they are making a bold claim about President-elect Trump. They are saying that the President-elect does not plan to pursue charges against Hillary Clinton.

Well, we all know that the President can’t pursue charges against anyone — that’s not his job. But he can appoint people to positions, THAT HAVE POWER, to pursue charges [or attempt to pursue charges].

Well, the liberal media has been lying [once again] about Trump.

[The liberal media has ENDLESSLY slandered the President-elect, Donald Trump.]

President-elect Trump visited The NY Times offices [in Manhattan] on Nov. 23rd [just a few days ago].

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In President-elect Trump’s interview with The NY Times, they asked him about an array of topics. One of the most prominent topics was Hillary and if Trump will truly try to have her jailed. The media is saying that he is backing off of the stance but that is not true at all. In the interview with The NY Times, he didn’t clearly state whether he was going to press for Hillary’s imprisonment or not. But sadly, the liberal media is [lying] claiming that he ‘straight-up’ said he won’t try and get Hillary indicted.

Maggie Haberman [NY Times reporter] addressed President-elect Trump about prosecuting Hillary Clinton. This is what she said:

“Mr. President, I’d like to thank you for being here. This morning, Kellyanne Conway talked about not prosecuting Hillary Clinton. We were hoping you could talk about exactly what that means — does that mean just the emails, or the emails and the foundation, and how you came to that decision.”

President-elect Trump replied:

“Well, there was a report that somebody said that I’m not enthused about it. Look, I want to move forward, I don’t want to move back. And I don’t want to hurt the Clintons. I really don’t. She went through a lot. And suffered greatly in many different ways. And I am not looking to hurt them at all. The campaign was vicious. They say it was the most vicious primary and the most vicious campaign. I guess, added together, it was definitely the most vicious; probably, I assume you sold a lot of newspapers.I would imagine. I would imagine. I’m just telling you, Maggie, I’m not looking to hurt them. I think they’ve been through a lot. They’ve gone through a lot. I’m really looking … I think we have to get the focus of the country into looking forward.”

The deputy managing editor of The NY Times intervened and asked Trump if he was completely taking the prosecution of Hillary off the table.

President-elect Trump responded, “No, but the question was asked.”

The deputy managing editor then said “About the e-mails and the [Clinton] foundation?”

Trump then replied, “No, no, but it’s just not something that I feel very strongly about. I feel very strongly about health care. I feel very strongly about an immigration bill that I think even the people in this room can be happy. You know, you’ve been talking about immigration bills for 50 years and nothing’s ever happened. I feel very strongly about an immigration bill that’s fair and just and a lot of other things. There are a lot of things I feel strongly about. I’m not looking to look back and go through this. This was a very painful period. This was a very painful election with all of the email things and all of the foundation things and all of the everything that they went through and the whole country went through. This was a very painful period of time. I read recently where it was, it was, they’re saying, they used to say it was Lincoln against whoever and none of us were there to see it. And there aren’t a lot of recordings of that, right? But the fact is that there were some pretty vicious elections; they say this was, this was the most. They say it was definitely the most vicious primary. And I think it’s very important to look forward.”

So as you see, Trump did not definitively say that he will not push for a prosecution against Hillary. He left it open. If someone in his Cabinet, or the FBI, can do something about it and press charges then Trump will not attempt to stop it. The NY Times then asked if he [Trump] feels like his supporters will be disappointed to hear that [POTENTIALLY] Trump won’t press for charges against Hillary.

Trump then said, “I don’t think they [Trump supporters] will be disappointed. I think I will explain it, that we have to, in many ways save our country.”

So as you see, Trump did not say he will protect the Clintons [like the liberal media is inferring] … He just said that our country has MEGA-PROBLEMS that we need to address swiftly. Problems like terrorism, the economy, the war on police, jobs, radical Islamic terrorism, illegal immigration, etc. Trump, as the President, will PRIMARILY FOCUS on those issues, as they’re the most vital. But if someone in his Administration [or someone in the government] decides they will pursue an indictment of Hillary Clinton, Trump will not protect Hillary. Trump will probably support it.


[Trump and Pence must focus on the most IMPORTANT ISSUES that our country faces. Clinton, undoubtedly, needs to be locked up ASAP! And there are other people pursuing charges against her currently. Republican Rep. Chaffettz is one of them.]

Plus, Trump is still piecing his entire Cabinet together. I guarantee you that Trump will have people around him that will possess the power to press an indictment for Hillary. And also, Trump might not even need a “special prosecutor” to get Hillary indicted. Representative Chaffettz has publicly announced that he is working his a** off to get Hillary indicted. So Trump doesn’t even need to appoint anyone to indict Hillary — because there are people in our government, NOW, trying to get her indicted.


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