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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump joined "Fox and Friends" to talk about the Clinton Foundation and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton effectively blaming former Secretary of State Colin Powell for the fact she used a private email server while serving as his successor.

Steve Doocy asked Trump what recent actions by the Clinton Foundation could be considered illegal.

“Well, I think it’s been really well-documented in [Peter Schweizer’s ‘Clinton Cash’] book … If you look at it, it’s pay-for-play. So many things happen—money is paid [to the foundation], then all of a sudden, lots of good things happen [for the donor]."

“I say shut it down,” Trump said. “With the email [investigation] and the crimes she’s committed, she shouldn’t be allowed to run for president.”

Later in the interview, Ainsley Earhardt asked Trump about Clinton saying that Powell advised her to use a private email server. Powell rejected the notion when asked about it at an event in Suffolk County, N.Y. last weekend.

“She’s a liar,” Trump said, “She lied about Colin Powell. The whole thing is a scam with them. [The Clintons are] like grifters.”

Watch the full interview above, and let us know what you think in the comments.


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