Former Republican presidential candidates Ben Carson and Mike Huckabee said Friday that FBI documents showing Hillary Clinton’s inability to recall whether she handled classified information on her private server disqualified her from the White House.
“If she wasn’t capable of remembering that, she definitely would not be capable of performing the duties of the president,” Carson, the retired pediatric neurosurgeon, told Tucker Carlson on Fox News. “And if she is lying, that disqualifies her, too.”
Huckabee, the former two-term Arkansas governor, said that “if she doesn’t remember fundamental facts of national security like this, then she has no business being sworn in as president.
“We need to make sure the American people don’t make what could be an incredibly irrevocable mistake,” he said in the joint interview.
The FBI released 60 pages of documents about its three-and-a-half hour private interview with Clinton on a Saturday, July 2, at her home in Washington.
The heavily redacted information showed that Clinton used multiple communications devices — Blackberrys, cell phones, computers — during her four years as secretary of state and that she used them in lands with very questionable security measures for diplomats.
“Now we know that she got rid of 13 different devices,” Huckabee said. “There are so many things that have just been said that are fundamentally not true — and she can’t possibly say that she just didn’t remember how many devices that she had when there were 13 of them.”
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