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Donald Trump supporter Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.) thinks Hillary Clinton should drop out of the presidential race.

"This is about lying, dishonesty, deceit of the American people at the highest levels of our government, for someone who thinks she should be the next president of the United States," Flynn said on "America's Newsroom" today. "The American people are sick and tired of the deceit and the dishonesty."

"She should not be running for president of the United States."

Flynn said that the FBI's decision to renew the Clinton email investigation just reinforces the contrast between the two presidential candidates.

"Does the American public want just more corruption and more scandals? Or do they want to be unified and given enormous opportunity?" Flynn said.

He said that while Trump is talking about how he's going to make America great again, Clinton is constantly plagued by scandals, whether it's the FBI's email probe or "pay-to-play" allegations surrounding the Clinton Foundation.

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