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>> Hillary Clinton has perfected the politics of personal profit and even theft.>> Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump unloading on Hillary Clinton Wednesday. Trump accusing the likely Democratic nominee of wide ranging corruption while she was America's top diplomat. She ran the State Department like her own personal hedge fund.
Doing favors for oppressive regimes and many others, and really many, many others, in exchange for cash.>> He's basically trying to make the campaign a referendum on Clinton and whether she is fit for office. Reuter's political correspondent Emily Flitter was in the audience for the speech.>> Trump has had a really rough couple of weeks.
He fired his campaign manager. He lost support from Republicans on Capitol Hill and other elected officials who were turned off by his really strong statements about Muslims. He really needed to turn public focus away from what happened to him these past two weeks. And he did that with this speech in which he attacked Hillary Clinton with incredible viciousness.
He accused her of being a thief.>> Trump also raising the issue of Clinton's private email server, suggesting that she'd likely been hacked and had sensitive information stolen.>> While we may not know what's in those deleted emails, our enemies probably know every single one of them. So they probably now have a blackmail file over someone who wants to be the President of the United States.
This fact alone disqualifies her from the presidency.>> That fact has no evidence to support it. In fact, there were multiple inaccuracies in his speech Trump in correctly said that American citizens pay the highest taxes in the world. His facts and timeline about the 2012 Benghazi attack are in deep dispute.
And his characterization of Hillary Clinton's position on taking in Syrian refugees, there's no semblance to her actual statements. An exclusive raters Ipsos poll released Tuesday shows Clinton nine points ahead of Trump nationally.