Donald Trump called Democratic presidential nominee rival Hillary Clinton a "terrible example" for America's children, including his own school-aged son.
At a rally in Warren, Mich., on Monday, Trump warned that Clinton if elected "would be under protracted criminal investigation likely followed by the trial of a sitting president."
"I'm now convinced that we'll be facing the very possibility of a constitutional crisis, with many dimensions… should Secretary Clinton win this election," he said. "In other words, we're going to be tied up in court for the rest of our lives with this deal."
Then turning to the WikiLeaks revelation that former Democratic National Committee official and longtime CNN contributor Donna Brazile allegedly gave Clinton a heads-up about a debate question – which she denies – Trump called the accusation "a big deal."
"The media… never say 'why didn't you turn it in? Why did you use these questions?'" he said. "You know, I have a son named Barron, and I want to tell you she is a terrible example for my son, and the children in this country. That I can tell you."
"Hillary is one who broke the law, over and over and over again."
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