Trump slammed his opponent, declaring her a criminal who should be prosecuted for endangering national security by using a private email account while secretary of state, and deleting some 33,000 messages that Clinton said were personal and not work-related.
“After getting the subpoena to give over your emails and lots of other things, she deleted the emails,” a fired-up Trump told supporters in Lakeland, Florida.
“She has to go to jail,” he added, to rousing cheers.
“Based on her crimes, she should not be allowed to run for president. It's time for a new direction,” he said, to chants of “Lock her up!” from the crowd …. https://www.yahoo.com