The Fast Five: This Week’s Key RPOF Points
- The stakes are too high in this election to entrust the White House to someone with as much poor judgment and reckless disregard for the law as Hillary Clinton. The Inspector General’s findings are just the latest chapter in the long saga of Hillary Clinton’s bad judgment that broke federal rules and endangered our national security.
- The IG’s report also confirmed that Clinton did not turn over to the State Department all of her work-related emails. In fact, the three most incriminating emails that were sent or received by Clinton regarding her decision to skirt the rules and use her server were never turned over to State, and how the IG recovered them remains a mystery.
- Donald Trump heads into the general election with a head start on the ground because of the operation the we (RPOF and RNC) have built—and no matter how you slice it, or how much Democrats scramble to put staff in now, they are playing catch up and we have the advantage.
- Throughout this primary Mr. Trump has generated a historic voter turnout and built an unstoppable momentum that dwarfs the efforts of the Democrats – a testament to voters’ eagerness for a new leader that will not promote the same failed policies of the last eight years.
- Hillary Clinton was supposed to be in general election mode by now, but instead she’s being forced to spend millions of dollars in California, a state she won by eight points in 2008. The Democrat party is divided, Bernie is trying to execute a hostile take-over of its platform, and Democrats are openly wishing they had Reince Priebus as their party chairman. The Democrat party is in shambles heading into November, and they can only blame their untrustworthy and dishonest frontrunner.
Paid for by the Republican Party of Florida and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. www.Florida.GOP. Similar points were released by the RNC
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