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Donald Trump slammed Hillary Clinton during a news conference at his headquarters after a string of wins on Super Tuesday.

Trump said that Clinton didn't do anything to solve the problems that she's complaining about when she had the chance, called her record as secretary of state "abysmal," and said that she shouldn't be allowed to run because of her "criminal act," an apparent reference to her e-mail scandal.

"I don't know that she's going to be allowed to run," he said. "What she did is a criminal act. If she's allowed to run I would be very very surprised, but if she's allowed to run, honestly, it'll be a sad day for this country. Because what she did was wrong...And other people have done far less than her and they paid a very, very big price."

Watch the clip above.


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