Hillary Clinton free lives in the brain of a tramp, and she’s not really like

Former U.S. Secretary of state and former first lady Hillary Clinton yesterday suddenly became the subject of discussion in the Senate. The Chairman of the judiciary Committee of the Senate, Republican Lindsey Graham, opening of the hearing attorney General William Barr, began by talking about the postal correspondence of Clinton. The hearings were dedicated to the cause Muller about the participation of Russia in the elections trump in 2016

Graham suggested that the FBI investigation about the use of Clinton’s private email server was not correct. Hillary Clinton the evening broadcast on MSNBC show, Rachel Maddow was outraged that it was used to buy time and distract the senators from the main issue of the hearings — the correctness of the assessments Barr the results of the investigation Muller. After the publication of letters to Mueller, in the Senate there were calls for the resignation of Barr allegedly distorted the findings of the investigation.

[email protected]: “The real story is the Russians interfered in our election and Trump committed obstruction of justice. That’s the real story. That’s what they don’t want the American people thinking about. So, when in doubt, say something wild about me.” pic.twitter.com/01KmN01geQ

— Sarah Lerner (@SarahLerner) May 2, 2019

Clinton noted that the continued interest of Republicans to her past, is «a clear sign of their understanding of his guilt and fear. I live rent-free in the brain of Donald trump, and it’s not a very good place to live, that’s what I’ll tell you.»

Hillary Clinton free lives in the brain of a tramp, and she’s not really likeflickr.com/Gage Skidmore/CC

Returning to the issue of private electronic mailbox that is used during the events in Benghazi, Clinton responded: «I repeatedly investigated the other side. And, to their dismay, but to my satisfaction, it was in vain. I testified for 11 hours at the hearing, after which the seven committees said that there’s nothing there».

In 2012 in the course of the war in Libya, in an attack by militants on the U.S. Embassy killed U.S. Ambassador to Libya John. Christopher Stevens and a member of the information Department of the U.S. foreign service Sean Smith.