Donald Trump Said that a sexually ‘deviant’ former congressman who is married to Hillary Clinton’s closest aide Huma Abedin more than likely saw the contents of classified emails that passed through the former secretary of state’s private home-brew server.
As close as Huma and Clinton are, it is a fair assumption that she played a proactive role in deleting the thousands of emails that presumably would implicate Clinton and Obama’s role in Benghazi.
Huma Abedin, the Pakistani-American chief of staff to Clinton, is married to then Congressman Anthony Weiner, the Democrat who shocked the nation with his lewd sexting scandals.
Republicans in Washington have been distancing themselves from Clinton, and are furious with her destroying tens of thousands of emails dating from her time in office, and for including classified information in an unknown number of others.advertisement - story continues below
It is no secret that Clinton and Huma are inseparable, Clinton is rarely seen without her.
In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com during a wide-ranging interview in his New York City Office that ‘the person seeing her emails more than anybody else is Huma. And who’s Huma married to? The worst deviant in the United States of America, right? Weiner!’
Daily Mail reported:
Challenged on whether the former New York congressman is actually the nation’s ‘worst deviant,’ Trump retreated an inch: ‘Well, he’s right up there.’
Abedin holds a security clearance as a former State Department deputy chief of staff, of the kind that would typically come with detailed guidance on what kind of information must be kept secret from family members, including spouses.advertisement - story continues below
Weiner was forced out of Congress in disgrace after a string of lewd online behaviors was uncovered, mostly revolving around Twitter.
Trump said his actions were ‘shocking and disgusting’ and questioned whether ‘anyone that untrustworthy’ should be ‘anywhere around national secrets.’
The McClatchy news service reported Thursday that so far, information in the classified emails identified as having resided on Clinton’s private server has been traced back to five different U.S. intelligence agencies.
There is no evidence that Weiner himself has been made privy to sensitive or classified information, but such a lapse in data security would create a new headache for Clinton, who is gamely keeping her presidential candidacy afloat while investigations swirl around her.
Clinton has insisted she never knowingly sent or receivd classified information in her emails while she was secretary of state. ‘The facts are pretty clear,’ she said last week in Iowa: ‘I did not send nor receive anything that was classified at the time.’advertisement - story continues below
Charles McCullough, the Intelligence Community Inspector General, has since said some materials in her emails were indeed classified at the time she interacted with them on her unsecured private email account.
‘DEVIANT’: Weiner carried on a Twitter romance with porn actress Sydney Leathers
But ‘Huma knows all those emails,’ Trump insisted on Wednesday, ‘and she’s married to a deviant who has a big mouth.’
Trump also was aghast at last week’s news that Weiner has accepted a $100,000 salary as an advisory board member at MWW, a crisis-communications firm.
Weiner got excited during a hockey game and tweeted about a ‘PP’ (a ‘power play’ penalty situation), but Leathers had other ideas
‘He just went to work for a public relations firm!’ Trump blared.
‘So think of this – Hillary is giving confidential, top-of-the-line secrets to Huma, who has all her information. Because everything goes through Huma – she has everything – who’s telling her husband, who’s a deviant and now works for a public relations firm.’
Trump compared Clinton’s situation to that of Gen. David Petraeus, the former CIA director who was prosecuted and sentenced to probation for sharing classified documents with a biographer who was his mistress at the time.
The billionaire politician told DailyMail.com that Petraeus’s national security breaches pale in comparison to Clinton’s – because the former secretary of state erased the evidence and has refused to hand over the physical email server to Congress.
‘General Petraeus, his life has been destroyed over a tiny fraction of what she did,’ said an animated Trump.
‘He didn’t burn his hard drive. He didn’t get rid of the emails. He told somebody about it, but he didn’t get rid of them.’
Trump said Clinton’s handling of her emails from the start was ‘Terrible.’
‘It’s criminal! I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again,’ he said. ‘It’s criminal!’
Read the full story at Daily Mail
Photos courtesy of Google