The log-rolling, self-dealing globalists in the both parties want to stop Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump from winning the White House because he will put a stop to business as usual in the nation’s capitol.
In a speech Tuesday in Colorado Springs, Colo., Trump vowed to break the cycle of corruption that permeates Washington exemplified by Hillary Clinton, her crony capitalist, special-interest friends, and the Democrat-media complex.
Trump also addressed the latest development in the Clinton email scandal, calling for a State Department official allegedly involved to immediately resign. The New York real estate mogul and first-time candidate described the email scandal as bigger and many times more worse than Watergate, but the media won’t give it the attention it deserves.
A top State Department official allegedly ‘pressured”’ the FBI to downgrade the classification of one of Hillary Clinton’s emails as part of a ‘quid pro quo,’ according to documents released by the bureau on Monday…In the interview, the unnamed official says that Patrick Kennedy, undersecretary of state for management, tried in late June or early July of last year to get the FBI to change a classified email to unclassified, in exchange for the State Department allowing the FBI to place agents in more countries.
He also scolded the dishonest media for being an extension of the Clinton campaign.
“The press has created a rigged system, and poisoned the mind of so many of our voters,” Trump said.
In his address, Trump outlined a package of reforms that includes a five-year ban on lobbying after White House personnel and members of Congress and their staffs after leaving government service. He also wants to close various lobbyist loopholes and ban government officials outright from lobbying for foreign government. The GOP standard-bearer also proposed to prohibit registered foreign lobbyists from raising money for American elections.
Most notably, Trump also vowed to push for a constitutional amendment imposing term limits for Congress and warned about voter fraud in America’s big cities.
Donald Trump says his term limits amendment would be 6 years max in the House and 12 years in the Senate
— Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) October 18, 2016
Donald Trump calls for a constitutional amendment in Colorado Springs: "The time for congressional term limits has finally arrived."
— Jenna Johnson (@wpjenna) October 18, 2016
Watch Trump’s speech below: