(FeaturedNews.com) – Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State and First Lady, in a recent interview on MSNBC, argued that the recent indictments against former President Donald Trump were proof that the judicial system in the country was working.
During her appearance on Rachel Maddow’s program, Clinton argued that she did not know whether or not people should be “satisfied” as this was a “terrible moment” for the U.S. to have a former President be accused of some very “important crimes.” She added that the only satisfaction that could be derived was from knowing that the American judicial system is working and that despite Trump’s and his ally’s attempts to undermine the country’s democracy, justice would still be served.
On Monday, the fourth indictment against Trump was revealed which is a result of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’s probe.
The grand jury in the state turned over 10 indictments on Monday evening, however, it was not initially clear what the exact charges were and whether Trump was named as one of the defendants. This was Trump’s fourth indictment as earlier this year he was indicted in New York, and is facing two federal indictments one relating to his alleged mishandling of classified documents.
Clinton had been Trump’s political opponent in the 2016 presidential trail which was won by Trump. Throughout her campaign, she had tried to make Trump appear as a threat to the country’s democracy.
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