MSNBC’s Morning Joe is not going easy on Hillary Clinton over details that have come forth from the leaked emails belonging to John Podesta’s account.
Interviewing political columnist Ron Fournier, Joe commented that Fournier had reported a long time ago, “Follow the money.”
“Get to the motive of why Clinton had the secret server,” Fournier said. It was because of the “circle of enrichment” that has been clear for a long time. He said other Democrats close to the Clintons have admitted the same concerns.
Fournier is currently the associate publisher of Crain’s Detroit Business. Even though he is not a Trump supporter, Fournier has repeatedly called out Clinton for lying, saying she has destroyed her credibility.
Fournier said he has written story after story begging the Clintons to stop taking foreign money, come clean with the emails and stop lying. He said her trust numbers have collapsed, as predicted by her own people.
Republican nominee Donald Trump tweeted out a video of the powerful segment.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 27, 2016
In an August editorial, Fournier also called out the media, saying they should stop covering for her. “That is why Clinton’s advisers, senior Democrats, and members of the liberal media need to stop covering for Clinton. Stop repeating her spin. Stop spreading her lies. Stop enabling her worse angels. It’s too late for Clinton to come clean, but honorable Democrats should at least insist that she stop muddying the water.”
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