Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is having a hard time in convincing American people that she is a truthful and honest candidate, the rival Donald Trump Campaign claimed on Thursday.
“Hillary Clinton is having a hard time being accepted as a truthful and honest candidate vis-a-vis the American people,” Trump Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway told ABC News.
Conway said the American people want answers, 17,448 e-mails were not turned over to the inspector general.
“That’s in addition to the 33,000 emails that had been deleted,” she said.
“And certainly a former United States senator, former first lady and certainly the sitting secretary of state should know what the C means,” Conway said.
Conway alleged that the Clinton Campaign is trying to shift the focus of the elections from these issues.
“They want this election to be about Donald Trump. And the American people want this election to be about honesty and trustworthiness and her being more acceptable and forthcoming in her responses,” she said.