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Donald Trump told a crowd of supporters at a rally in San Jose that Hillary Clinton is "guilty as hell," referring to the investigation of her private email server, and should be forbidden from running for office.

"The fact that they even allow her to participate in this race is a disgrace to the United States. It's a disgrace to our nation," he said.

The presumptive GOP nominee said he has great confidence and respect in the FBI, but he "can't believe that they would let this go."

He said that "what she did is 20 times worse" than others "whose lives have been destroyed" over far lesser crimes.

"If they do let her get away with it, it will be a big topic of conversation on the campaign trail, I can tell you that, folks."

He said that if he wins, the attorney general will take a very good look at her situation.

Trump's speech comes after Hillary Clinton harshly criticized him during a foreign policy address earlier today.

Clinton said Trump's ideas were "dangerously incoherent."

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