Donald Trump made a major mistake during his speech in Greenville, North Carolina on Tuesday night when he accidentally made a comment that could come back to haunt him in a big way.
“Hillary and her top aides told the FBI and others in related lawsuits that they couldn’t recall or remember key facts hundreds of different times,” was what Trump was supposed to say, according to speech excerpts.
Here’s what he said instead:
“Hillary and her top aides told the FBI and others related in the lawsuits that they couldn’t recall or remember — can’t remember anything! By the way, if she really can’t remember, she can’t be president! She doesn’t remember anything! She doesn’t even remember whether or not she was instructed on how to use emails. ‘Were you instructed on how to use?’ ‘I can’t remember.'”
By asserting that Clinton can’t be president if she doesn’t remember details in an interview, Trump was also saying that he too is ineligible to be president. The Post compiled a number of depositions from a tiny portion of the thousands of lawsuits to which Trump has been a party over the years. In many of those depositions, Trump said that he couldn’t recall or didn’t know the answers to questions offered him.
An example of this is a Sep. 2012 deposition in a lawsuit regarding Trump University:
Trump made assertions like that one countless times in the 600 pages of testimony.
And then this happened:
This is, of course, ridiculous, but liberals will still use it to defend Hillary and try to destroy Trump’s credibility.
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