MSNBC anchor won’t tolerate guest claiming Clinton emails pose a risk to national security
MSNBC’s Joy Reid moved quickly to dispute a guest’s suggestion that there are 33,000 State Department emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server out there that could pose a threat to U.S. national security, and referred to the charge as an invented thing.
“You just invented an entire thing!” Reid told guest Amy Kremer, who formerly chaired the Tea Party Express.
“The FBI has already come out with a report on Hillary Clinton’s emails. What you just said was an invented thing!” the cable news host added. “There’s no 33,000 emails that are going to harm our national security.”
Reid’s remarks came as Kremer sought to defend GOP nominee Donald Trump, who suggested last week that the Russians should help the U.S. find Clinton’s State Department emails.
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“I mean, it’s like Donald Trump saying, ‘Oh, I hope Putin goes and gets in a 1985 DeLorean and goes and finds those 33,000 emails.’ I mean it’s absolutely ridiculous. I’ll tell what you scares me,” she added. “What scares me is the fact that the emails are out there somewhere, probably, and that we could have —”
“Hold on. You can’t just invent things! You can’t just invent things,” Reid interjected. “You know that there was an entire year-and-half investigation! We’re not going to re-litigate that!”
Clinton said in December 2014 that she turned over more than 30,000 emails to the State Department. However, she
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