Fox Contributor: Trump's Threat To Jail Clinton "Was A Home Run"

Fox Contributor: Trump's Threat To Jail Clinton "Was A Home Run" 

Scott Brown: "It Was The Line Of Obviously, I Think, The Election"

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From the October 10 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Scott, when he said that, where I was in a hotel lobby watching, there was a cheer. It was like whoa, where’d that come from?

SCOTT BROWN: It was the line of obviously, I think, the election, the debate process. And it goes to show that there is two sets of laws. One for the Clintons and one for everybody else. And Pete will tell you this, people in the military have done much, much less. They have lost their stripes, they've lost their jobs, they've been kicked out, there are people in jail for what she's done, and it was a home run. I thought he won the debate. 

PETE HEGSETH: It was a home run. We just had a couple of ROTC cadets run by singing cadence. If any of those cadets did what she did, they would be in jail. He goes to these rallies, he hears the American people say lock her up, lock her up, lock her -- this is a moment where he said I'm going to speak what people are feeling. The Clinton double standard is done and if I'm president I'm going to uphold the law so it applies to everybody and there's not two sets of standards.

Previously:

“A New Low In American Democracy”: Journalists And Pundits Condemn Trump’s Threat To Jail Clinton

Trump Adviser Roger Stone Praises Trump’s Claim That As President He Would Appoint A Special Prosecutor To Investigate Clinton

CNN's Bash: “Stunning” That Trump Threatened To Put Clinton In Jail, As “Countries With Dictators” Do

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