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During his rally in San Jose yesterday, Trump said Hillary Clinton "has to go to jail" over her email scandal as she's "guilty as hell."
"Hillary Clinton is missing 30,000 emails, they've been deleted," Trump said. "And remember I said I was a counter puncher, I am. After what she said about me today in her phony speech, it was a phony speech, that was a Donald Trump hit job. I will say this, Hillary Clinton has to go to jail, she has to go to jail. That was a phony hit job. She's guilty as hell."
Clinton attacked Trump earlier in the day and warned he might start a nuclear war if someone "got under his very thin skin."
"Remember Hillary Clinton used to hate Obama, she used to hate him," Trump said. "Bill Clinton hated him, Bill Clinton hated him. He called Bill Clinton a racist do you remember that? And Hillary Clinton hated Obama, now it's 'yes sir Mr. President sir, what would you like, what would you like me to say here sir?'"
"The only reason she's behaving like this, and the only reason she's been dragged so far left, believe me, is she doesn't wanna go to jail over the emails. Believe me, that's the only reason - one simple reason."
Trump went on to say if he wins the presidency he'll look at having her prosecuted.
"Five years' statute of limitations, if I win," he said. "Everything is going to be fair but I'm sure the attorney general will take a very good look at it."
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