Conservatives upset that Donald Trump will not pursue prosecution of Hillary Clinton

Trump repeatedly stoked crowds at campaign rallies with promises to charge and prosecute Clinton for a range of what Trump painted as crimes, from her use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state to the dealings of the Clinton Foundation. In July, after a year-long investigation, the FBI concluded that charges against Clinton were not warranted, saying agents had not found any evidence that Clinton knowingly sent or received classified information on the server. Trump, she told MSNBC's "Morning Joe," is "thinking of many different things as he prepares to become the president of the United States, and things that sound like the campaign aren't among them".

While Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton did not campaign in West Virginia during the election, both appeared there during that state's presidential primary.

But now the President-elect said he won't push for prosecution of his former rival, telling The New York Times that she has "suffered greatly".

Trump foreshadowed that he might not pursue a special prosecutor during an interview with CBS News' "60 Minutes" after the election. Justice Department investigations are historically conducted without the influence or input of the White House.

"My inclination would be for whatever power I have on the matter is to say let's go forward. I don't want to hurt them. they're good people", he went on to say. We want to have a great immigration bill. But he said he would be "phasing" control over to his grown children, although "in theory I could run my business perfectly and then run the country perfectly". said that a failure to appoint a special prosecutor, as he promised, would reveal the "very real fact that the candidate is not who he claimed to be".

Donald Trump often boasted on the campaign trail that he only hires "the best people", even as his campaign managers were investigated for physically assaulting a reporter and criticized for having improper ties to the Ukrainian government.

The matter is not closed completely, however, as Trump is yet to comment on whether or not Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey will retain his role, something Trump said would be uncertain if he was elected. Would more Clinton voters going to the polls, instead of staying home (assuming the polls were right and the election was "in the bag") have meant we would be about to welcome America's first female president?

Mr Trump took a break from assembling his new administration, to fly to Florida on Tuesday evening for Thanksgiving. Trump called him "a loser" who "choked". "It would be very, very divisive for the country", he told the New York Times on Tuesday.

In a video message posted to YouTube Monday, Trump called the TPP a "potential disaster" for the U.S.



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