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Hillary Clinton trolling Trump’s record-keeping

Hillary Clinton trolling Trump’s record-keeping


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Despite repeated attacks on Hillary Clinton emails in 2016, Former President Trump’s White House record-keeping is in the spotlight after accusations of destroying documents. CNN’s Brian Todd has more.

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Hillary Clinton trolling Trump’s record-keeping

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