A Rasmussen poll revealed 71 percent of Democratic voters believe Hillary Clinton should continue her presidential run if she is indicted. Only 30 percent of Republicans and 46 percent of independent voters shared the same opinion.
Regardless of her widespread support, a long unpleasant road awaits Clinton. Last week, she was blasted in a State Department Inspector General report about her careless email use.
The report found repeated warnings about cybersecurity were ignored and staffers who expressed concerns were told to, “never speak of the Secretary’s personal email system or her choice of pantsuits.”
Secondly, trusted sources close to the U.S. Justice Department indicate the FBI is set to interrogate Mrs. Clinton within the next few weeks.
When asked about her impending FBI interrogation, Clinton laughed it off.
“I hope Megyn Kelly is the moderator for my debate with the FBI,” she said.
FBI Director James Comey said in response to Clinton’s remark, “I don’t know what ‘debate’ means. We’re conducting an investigation. That’s what we do.”
“No one cares about Hillary’s email,” said Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. “Former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry was reelected after getting caught smoking crack in bed with a prostitute. How much less will the American people care about Mrs. Clinton’s server?”
The email scandal could still be a huge problem for Clinton’s in November. Forty percent of all voters said they are less likely to vote for Clinton because of it, whether or not she’s arrested.
The White House has kept silent on the issue since Inspector General’s report. Vice President Joe Biden, who suffers from an inability to restrain his thoughts, was quick to comment.
“Anyone who thinks the voters care about Secretary Clinton’s email server has got to be dumber than a municipal cop,” Biden said.