Cleveland: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of leaving behind a legacy of "death, destruction, terrorism and weakness" as former U.S. secretary of state and blamed her "bad judgement" for the rise of IS and chaos in Iraq, Libya, Syria and Egypt.
"I'm a veteran. And any other veteran that had a server of classified information, people's names and things like that, you're putting other veterans life in danger, and state department workers, special forces, Central Intelligence Agency or whatever, in danger".
Trump thanked evangelicals for their support even though he said, "I'm not sure I deserve it".
Fiery, focused Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump painted a grim picture of a nation in chaos, wracked with violence and humiliated in the world, laying blame squarely at the feet of President Obama and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton - and promising to reverse eight years of setbacks. She dropped the ball on over 400 emails requesting back up security. Baldasaro did not directly threaten to kill or harm Clinton, but he did say that she was treasonous and should be shot.
Speaking to supporters in Miami Saturday afternoon Hillary Clinton repeated a new campaign theme she introduced Friday evening after the Republican National Convention.
The Secret Service said in a statement that it was aware of Baldasaro's remarks and would "conduct the appropriate investigation".
"And I've got to say, as he said this last night, I was pretty shocked". She is not fit to be President.
Earlier this month, the Justice Department declined to charge Clinton for the way she and her staff handled classified information through private email servers.
Trump campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks said, "Mr. Trump and the campaign do not agree" Clinton should be executed, according to the Washington Post. "If Donald Trump doesn't understand that, he doesn't understand America", Clinton said.
But New Hampshire Democrats had a field day, attacking every New Hampshire Republican who wasn't Al Baldasaro. The timing is aimed at shifting attention away from the end of Donald Trump's Republican convention and generating excitement before the start of Clinton's own convention next week in Philadelphia.
A Boston-based WRKO radio host, Kuhner is a self-described "conservative nationalist" who often refers to himself as "Liberalism's Worst Nightmare".