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Trump: If Clinton's Indicted Biden Will Run

Hillary Clinton’s email scandal isn’t going to just go away, especially after Tuesday’s bombshell that revealed her server contained material even more sensitive than top secret. Thus, she very well could be indicted, leaving the Democratic Party scrambling…or maybe not.


Vice President Joe Biden would be a shoo-in, at least that’s what Republican frontrunner Donald Trump suggested in an interview with radio host Simon Conway.

“If she – for instance, gets indicted – if she has to go on trial, they’re going to have Biden or somebody else come in, we’ll see what happens. I wouldn’t mind that either,” he said. “But he could come in. I’ve heard of numerous people. But I have a feeling if she’s indicted – which a lot of people – say she will be. I say maybe not because they’re going to protect her but a lot of people say she will be.”

 Given how this race has turned out thus far, it seems anything is possible.

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