DONALD TRUMP Delivers GOP Weekly Address: Promises to End Corruption and Corrupt Figures Like Hillary …Update: With Video

Donald Trump spoke to 10,000 people last night in Hershey, Pennsylvania. 7,000 waited outside. (Jack Posobiec)

Donald Trump delivered the Republican Weekly Address this week.

The record-setting Republican promised to end government corruption and urged Republicans to vote against Hillary Clinton, “the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency.”
The Hill reported:

In the Republican weekly address, Trump ticked through the promises outlined in his “contract with the American voter,” including the one aimed at reforming government ethics.

“At the center of my contract is my plan to end government corruption,” the real estate mogul said. “Hillary Clinton is the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency of the United States, and if she were to win it would create a constitutional crisis like no other.

“She’s under multiple federal investigations, has committed many crimes, including perjury, and she’s now facing the prospect of a federal indictment,” he added.

Calling on voters to deliver him the White House and keep the House and Senate in GOP hands, Trump promised 25 million new jobs, lower taxes and a repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

Sadly, it is impossible to find this video out on the internet this morning.

The GOP still hasn’t figured out how to get these weekly addresses posted online at the same website on a weekly basis.
So inept.

UPDATE: Here is the video, via Ben King.

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