Donald Trump Would Beat Hillary Clinton In Head-to-Head Matchup
National Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has almost 50% of the Republican vote and would beat Democrat Hillary Clinton in a head-to-head matchup, according to the latest poll from Florida Atlantic University Business and Economics Polling Initiative.
Below are the polls results for the Top 5 candidates, as follows:
Donald Trump: 47.6% (+12%)
Ted Cruz: 16.3% (+ 6)
Marco Rubio: 11.1% (-7+)
Jeb Bush: 9.5% (+0.6)
Ben Carson 3.3% (- 11.2)
In a general election matchup:
Donald Trump: 47%
Hillary Clinton 44%
The poll talked to 383 likely Democratic voters and and 386 likely Republican voters in Florida between 15-18 January, just after the latest presidential debates of both parties. It has an overall margin of error of plus-or-minus 3 percent.
On Mrs. Clinton’s Key problem:
Former New York City Mayor and US Attorney Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday he does not think there is any way Hillary Clinton should be able to avoid facing an indictment for the “secretive and highly classified” government information found on the private e-mail server she used while Secretary of State.
“There are 13 violations of federal law that she arguably committed,” Mr. Giuliani said. “This is about as clear as it gets. It is a crime to negligently handle top secret material.”
Mr. Giuliani said in his days in the government, there were times he would be at work until 2:00a because he never took Top Secret materials out of his office.
“Now, how can she put all this out there and not get proceeded against by the government,” said Mr. Giuliani, noting that there is currently a push to demote former 4 Star General David Petraeus’ rank over his sharing of secret information with his biographer and mistress.
“They treated it, in the case of Petraeus, as a major crime, and his actions are a hundredth of hers,” said Mr. Giuliani. “She misrepresented about it. She’s lied about it. She said she had no Top Secret material. It’s absurd.”
And as Mrs. Clinton “destroyed 34,000 e-mails,” Mr. Giuliani said that he would have argued, as a prosecutor, “that’s evidence of a guilty knowledge . . . the destruction is evidence of guilty knowledge, evidentiary principle that you can use against someone when they are in a situation where who knows what’s on those 34,000 e-mails.”
The probe is not politically motivated, as the FBI (part of the Obama administration) is doing the investigation.
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