>> The Clinton Foundation accepted as much as $60 million from Middle Eastern countries.>> With questions swirling around Hillary Clinton's family charity, Donald Trump may have finally found a battle cry that can unite his fractured party.>> The foundation donors included corporations and individuals with significant matters before the State Department.
Not good.>> Campaign reporter Ginger Gibson.>> Trump has struggled to find an attack line that can get fellow Republicans to rally behind. Going after the Clinton Foundation however is a point that all Republicans can agree on. They see Hillary Clinton as a common enemy and this is an attack line that they can agree with.
>> It's criminality. Focus on the foundation surging after the conservative group Judicial Watch released a new crop of e-mails they say showing Clinton aides granting foundation donors special access to Clinton while she was Secretary of State. That charge vehemently denied by the Clinton camp.>> They can criticize her for what they say is corruption, or having taken donations to the foundation from people she was dealing with at the State Department.
>> Trump calling for a special prosecutor to look into the foundation's dealings.>> Immediately, immediately, immediately.>> It's a salient attack line that most people can understand. So we're seeing a new Donald Trump this week, if he's able to let this message be the one that drives the day.
It's very difficult, but Donald Trump, he likes to be the news. He likes to be the center of attention. He needs to get out of the way and make this more about her, which is something Republicans have been calling on him to do.>> Trump scrapping plans to deliver the policy speech on immigration Thursday, hoping not to bump the spotlight from the Clinton foundation.
>> And the government corruption.>>