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A day after Donald Trump claimed that Hillary Clinton was “too corrupt to be president” during his campaign stop in Miami, Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) asked Trump to denounce Bill and Hillary Clinton’s private email server, according to the Miami Herald.
“The former president and his wife are not the first, second or third person who’ve used a public foundation to pay for a charitable or personal use,” Curbelo, who is running to replace House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), said during a Wednesday morning interview on WKMG radio. “People forget we know who pays their salaries and we know they’re working around the country.”
The former president was paid $400,000 during his time as president to chair the Clinton Global Initiative from 1997 to 2001. Trump’s campaign said Trump’s contributions for charity did not constitute a violation of the law.
In November, Curbelo held a news conference in his chamber to demand that Trump denounce Bill and Hillary Clinton’s use of private email and a foundation that had accepted donations at the same time their foundation was raising money at their private residences. Trump has said Clinton’s email server was not illegal because it was a “homebrew computer system” but that the case would ultimately be decided by a judge.
“It’s totally out of touch with what the average American wants,” Curbelo said in November. “It is not our first choice in politics. I want a president that I look forward working for who has the best chance of winning the presidential election.”
Though Curbelo has endorsed Republican Sens. Ted Cruz (Tex.) and Marco Rubio (Fla.), he is said to be eyeing a Democratic bid in 2018.
Watch Curbelo’s segment below:
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