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Dorothy Woods, whose husband Ty Woods was one of the four Americans killed in the 2012 Benghazi terror attack, says that Hillary Clinton's track record proves that the Democratic nominee believes rules don't apply to her.

Woods pointed to Clinton's controversial private email server and new revelations that show questionable ties between Clinton's State Department and the Clinton Foundation.

"The Select Committee on Benghazi had shown that she had negligence in judgment. And despite what her husband, President Clinton, has said about the comments of FBI Director James Comey, he pretty much summarized that she had negligence in judgment, as well," Woods said. "So, do we really want this woman as our next president? No!"

Woods added that the Clinton machine is excellent at "sugarcoating" her mistakes and flaws, but you can't argue with facts - and emails.

"The facts are there, and a lot of her behavior looks suspicious."

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