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WATCH: Trump Reacts to FBI Reopening Hillary Case, Rally Crowd Goes Wild

Friday unfolded to be a hell of a news day for the nearly-crowned-as-president Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, learning that the FBI investigation into her secretive private email server would be reopened.

Further, it was learned that Hillary’s closest confidant Huma Abedin’s sexting-obsessed ex-husband Anthony Weiner was the one who did her in. Hillary emails were reportedly found by the FBI on Weiner’s electronic device while investigating his sexting misdeeds with a 15-year-old girl.

When Republican nominee Donald Trump first caught wind of the news, he was ten minutes out from addressing a rally of supporters in New Hampshire, at the Armory Ballroom in the Radisson Hotel.

As a serious Trump addressed the 2,000-plus rally goers with the bombshell story at the top of his appearance, his supporters went wild, as one would imagine. The common chants of “Lock Her Up!” were yelled from supporters, among seemingly uncontrollable cheers.


“Hillary Clinton’s corruption is on a scale that we have never seen before,” stated Trump. “We must not let her take her criminal scheme into the Oval Office. I have great respect for the fact that the FBI and the Department of Justice are now willing to have the courage to right the horrible mistake that they made.”

“Perhaps, finally, justice will be done,” Trump added, to thunderous applause.

As noted by Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro, Trump was seemingly correct in his earlier criticisms of Weiner:

On August 29, following news that Anthony Weiner had once more engaged in solicitation of young women via text, he put out a statement explaining, “I only worry in that Hillary Clinton was careless and negligent in allowing Weiner to have such close proximity to highly classified information.” He went on to theorize that Weiner may have spilled the beans on such information, but he was right to note Weiner’s association with Huma and Hillary.

Looks like this October surprise might save Donald Trump–but then again, anything can happen this election cycle; there are still 11 whole days left.