Former Clinton Pollster Doug Schoen Withdraws Support for Hillary Clinton Over Renewed FBI Investigation into Email/Server
A SCANDAL TOO FAR FOR FORMER CLINTON POLLSTER DOUG SCHOEN …
Wow, former Clinton pollster Doug Schoen withdraws his support for Hillary Clinton after the latest revelations from the FBI on Friday, that more emails have been discovered on a laptop the belonged to Anthony Weiner and Clinton confidant Huma Abedin.
Schoen, a former adviser to former President Bill Clinton, said he has known the Clintons since 1994, but is pulling back from Hillary Clinton “because of the impact on the governance of the country and our international situation.”
FBI Director James Comey announced on Friday that the agency is looking into new potentially relevant emails connected to the investigation into Clinton’s private email server, but offered few other details. Officials reportedly obtained a warrant to examine tens-of-thousands of new emails on a laptop shared by top Clinton aide Huma Abedin and her estranged husband, Anthony Weiner.
Shoen, “”I’ve been a supporter of Secretary Clinton.”
Host Harris Faulkner, “We all know, yeah!”
Schoen, “You do know. But, and the but is a big deal, at least to me. Given that this investigation is gonna go on for many months after the election.”
Faulkner, “No matter who wins.”
Schoen, “No matter who wins. But if the secretary of State (Clinton) wins we will have a president under criminal investigation with Huma Abedin under investigation, the secretary of State–the president-elect–should she win under investigation. Harris, under these circumstances I am actively reassessing my support. I’m not a Trump…”
Faulkner, “Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, wait a minute. You’re not gonna vote for Hillary Clinton?”
Schoen, “Harris, I’m deeply concerned that we will have a constitutional crisis if she’s elected. I want to learn more this week see what we see. But as of today I am not a supporter of the secretary of State for the next…”
Faulkner, speaks over Schoen, “How long have you known the Clintons, sir?”
Schoen, “I’ve known the Clintons since 1994.”