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Dinesh D'Souza: Hillary 'Trained to Deny' Incriminating Questions

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By    |   Friday, 14 October 2016 12:35 PM

The evidence "is there" about Hillary Clinton ordering the destruction of her emails, even if she says she doesn't recall doing so after her tenure at the State Department ended in 2013, filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza said Friday.

"This is like one of these things where she's trained to deny because she doesn't want something incriminating [in what] she says," D'Souza, whose movie "Hillary's America" is still topping the charts, told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program. 

"The evidence is there about what she did."

Clinton gave the "cannot recall" answer to 20 out of the 25 questions she was asked by lawyers for the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch. The organization wanted to talk to the Democratic presidential nominee in person, but U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan allowed the questions and answers to be submitted in writing.

Clinton also said she was never warned that using a private email server could result in her violating rules about preserving federal records.

She also has maintained that even if her name is on an email does not mean she wrote it, but D'Souza said she is still responsible for what comes out under her name.

"If you're a high-level official, things do come out under your name," said D'Souza. "It's your responsibility to review them and you are accountable for them. That's a disingenuous response, I think."

Meanwhile, D'Souza lauded WikiLeaks, for releasing documents, as the "investigative journalism of America, as the "mainstream media" is not covering such stories.

"WikiLeaks is behind the scenes," he said. "You've got a window into the soul of how these Democrats talk when it's this private."

D'Souza also criticized the news that Clinton's campaign communications director and a liberal think-tank fellow mocked conservative Catholicism in an email exchange released by WikiLeaks.

"You never hear the left speak about any [other] religion this way," he said. "Catholics and evangelicals are sort of in a special category where a certain amount of bigotry is acceptable or fashionable.

"Think of when they say this about Islam . . . not only would they not dare. Politically they give favorable treatment to not only the Muslim religion but to no religion."

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The evidence "is there" about Hillary Clinton ordering the destruction of her emails, even if she says she doesn't recall doing so after her tenure at the State Department ended in 2013, filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza said Friday.
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