By BI: Unfortunately, he hasn’t yet attacked her for Islamic terrorism-connections, but hopefully he will. Below are several links that explain in detail why having Huma Abedin anywhere near the White House would be like inviting in the terrorism-linked Muslim Brotherhood, which has been banned in Egypt and the UAE.
UK Daily Mail Donald Trump charged Wednesday that a sexually ‘deviant’ former congressman who is married to Hillary Clinton‘s closest aide has likely seen the contents of classified emails that passed through the former secretary of state’s private home-brew server.
Huma Abedin, the Pakistani-American chief of staff to Clinton, was wed in 2010 to then-Congressman Anthony Weiner, the Democrat whose star fell to earth amid lewd sexting scandals.
Abedin sat on the board (below) of the MSA (Muslim Student Association) a main front group for the Muslim Brotherhood. It was established from Saudi-backed efforts to establish Islamic organizations internationally in the 1960s, for the purpose of spreading its Wahhabist ideology across the globe.
Republicans in Washington are furious with Clinton for destroying tens of thousands of emails dating from her time in office, and for including classified information in an unknown number of others.
Trump told DailyMail.com during a wide-ranging interview in his New York City Office that ‘the person seeing her emails more than anybody else is Huma. And who’s Huma married to? The worst deviant in the United States of America, right? Weiner!’
Abedin holds a security clearance as a former State Department deputy chief of staff, of the kind that would typically come with detailed guidance on what kind of information must be kept secret from family members, including spouses.
The McClatchy news service reported Thursday that so far, information in the classified emails idenfidied as having resided on Clinton’s private server has been traced back to five different U.S. intelligence agencies.
There is no evidence that Weiner himself has been made privy to sensitive or classified information, but such a lapse in data security would create a new headache for Clinton, who is gamely keeping her presidential candidacy afloat while investigations swirl around her.