Hillary Clinton to speak at NAACP convention in Cincinnati Monday

Hillary Clinton to speak at NAACP convention in Cincinnati Monday

Clinton once again accused presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump of not being up to the job of president.

As the duo wrapped their joint appearance in Cleveland, Clinton's campaign issued a statement defending her actions in 2012.

"I blame Hilary Clinton", Smith said at the 2016 Republican National Convention.

Although nine separate investigations failed to find any wrongdoing by Trump's soon-to-be Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, speakers spent more than a half-hour on the podium in Cleveland on Monday calling the former secretary of state a criminal.

A representative with the Clinton campaign said in an email Monday evening that Clinton is grateful for the opportunity and that the invitation will be considered as her schedule after the Democratic National Convention next week is arranged.

"The Justice Department went after his company for refusing to rent apartments to African-Americans", Clinton said.

Clinton also acknowledged that the violence has gone both ways.

Clinton, in an interview with CBS News' Charlie Rose, said Trump has "no self-discipline, no self-control, no sense of history, no understanding of the limits of the kind of power that any president should impose upon himself".

"We have heard a lot of troubling things about Donald Trump but that one is shocking".

John Tiegen, also a member of that team, told the audience they were busy killing some of the attackers while "good old Hillary" was thousands of miles away safely watching footage from a drone aircraft.

It's clear that she broke the law and the rest of us are held to a different standard. The attacks occurred in waves at two locations over 13 hours. The committee found nothing that they could lay at the feet of Hillary Clinton as liability for these attacks, and for the outcome of these attacks.

The report last month by Republicans on the Benghazi panel accused the Obama administration of lethal mistakes, but produced no new evidence pointing to wrongdoing by Clinton.

At an overall level, Trump's rise may appear linear, his support increased in the aggregate with each survey over the course of the primary but in actuality, voters' preferences over this period were remarkably fluid, it said. Rose noted that former Virginia Gov. Tim had said he's too boring to be a vice president, which Clinton just laughed off - she praised him as a "world-class mayor, governor and senator".

David M. Perry, a cousin of Stevens, accused Republicans of politicizing his death.

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