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>> Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will hit Hillary Clinton with everything he's got, in his speech in New York Wednesday. The presumptive GOP nominee has been promising to deliver a takedown against his likely Democratic rival for more than two weeks. First teasing the idea on June 7th.>> I am going to give a major speech on probably Monday of next week.
And we're gonna be discussing all of the things that have taken place with the Clinton->> In the wake of the Orlando night club massacre, Trump instead spoke about national security, repeating his call to bar foreign Muslims from visiting the US. But his focus returned to Clinton, tweeting Tuesday, I will be making a big speech tomorrow to discuss the failed policies and bad judgment of Crooked Hillary Clinton.
What's on the agenda? If his tweets of the past 24 hours are any indicator, he'll take aim at the fact that while she ran the State Department, the Clinton Foundation was taking donations from foreign countries. Hillary Clinton defrauded America as Secretary of State. She used it as a personal hedge fund to get herself rich.
And, Hillary Clinton took money and did favors for regimes that enslave women and murder gays. And, if you wanna know about Hillary Clinton's honesty and judgment, ask the family of Ambassador Stevens, a reference to the American diplomat killed in an attack on the US mission in Benghazi in 2012.
And given that Trump doesn't seem one to hold back on the personal attacks, he could very well delve into the scandals of the Clinton White House as well. An exclusive Reuters Ipsos poll out Tuesday, shows the gap between the candidates narrowing. Clinton with a nine point lead, down from over 14 points two weeks ago.