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After Trump stunned the nation during the second presidential debate with Hillary Clinton, in which he quipped that under a Trump presidency “she would be in jail”, and suggested that he would demand a special prosecutor probe into Clinton’s email server and the Clinton foundation, moments ago MSNBC’s Morning Joe reported, citing a source, that president-elect Donald Trump will not pursue any investigations into his former political rival Hillary Clinton “for her use of a private email server and the Clinton foundation.”
Trump reportedly feels that Clinton has “been through enough.”
— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) November 22, 2016
Trump had routinely attacked Clinton on the campaign trail over her use of a private server as secretary of State and for foreign donations to the Clinton Foundation while she was in the Obama administration.
The report, first announced by Mika Brzezinski, comes just a week after a 60 Minutes interview where Trump indicated that he may not launch a full investigation into the Democratic nominee. “I’m gonna think about it,” he said at the time to Leslie Stahl. “I don’t wanna hurt them. They’re good people,” he continued of the Clintons.
Moments later, Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway appears to have confirmed the MSNBC report, saying there will be no Clinton investigation during a follow up interview:
Just in: Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway says no Clinton investigation in MSNBC interview
— Jim Sciutto (@jimsciutto) November 22, 2016
Kellyanne Conway confirms there will be no more Clinton investigations under Trump admin. on MSNBC: pic.twitter.com/ZLETCvAifd
— David Wright (@DavidWright_CNN) November 22, 2016