Even though poll numbers continue to favor Hillary Clinton’s bid for the White House, Democrats are nonetheless worried — they’re waiting for the next show to drop.
Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, has been steadily publishing emails Hillary Clinton sent and received during the years she served as secretary of State — the next batch are just a matter of time.
In an earlier segment, Fitton told Fox Business Network’s “After the Bell” co-host Melissa Francis that the release of Clinton emails hasn’t yet ended.
“There’s going to be more, I guarantee you,” he told Francis. “We’ve got more emails coming from [long-time senior Clinton aide Huma] Abedin as well as the deleted emails that the FBI is continuing to recover.
After playing a clip of that exchange, Francis asked Mustafa Tameez, Founder & Managing Director at Outreach Strategists, a public relations and campaign management firm, if the Clinton campaign should be worried about upcoming email dumps..
“Sure it worries the campaign because you don’t know what’s coming out.,” he said.
H/T: The Gateway Pundit
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