Lara Trump, daughter-in-law to President Trump, appeared on Fox News Monday and posed the question… Why didn’t Hillary Clinton just read her 33,000 missing emails, instead of Michael Wolff’s “Fire And Fury” at the Grammys?
“I want to talk about something that came up at the Grammys last night,” Outnumbered host Harris Faulkner asked.
“Hillary Clinton reading from the tell-all book ‘Fire and Fury’ looked a little out-of-place, maybe a little thirsty. Some who were watching with me at my place said, ‘What was that about?’ What were your thoughts as you saw her?’”
“I would use ‘tell-all book’ very loosely, it’s a ridiculous book. I find it so despicable, so sad that Hillary Clinton feels she needs to validate herself, put herself back out there by doing something this ridiculous.”
“If she wants to read something, maybe we can all read the 33,000 missing e-mails that she has somewhere that no one has heard about for a long time. It was just really disgusting, I thought,” Trump slammed.
Lara, a campaign advisor to Donald Trump is married to Eric Trump the president’s second son and the couple welcomed their first child in September of last year.
Failed presidential candidate Clinton, read aloud passages from Michael Wolff’s “Fire And Fury” on last weeks award show and her futile attempts to diminish the credibility of President Trump are just embarrassing at this point.
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