Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s supporters chanted “Hillary for prison!” during a campaign rally in Windham, New Hampshire on Jan. 11 (video below).
The business mogul is currently leading the GOP pack of presidential contenders in New Hampshire with 30 percent of the vote, according to a Jan. 10 Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist poll.
The Republican frontrunner has lately been turning his attention away from his primary rivals and focusing on his hypothetical general election opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server while she served at the State Department has been a big talking point for GOP politicians and voters. While she has not been charged for any crime, the investigation has been a persistent issue for her campaign.
“I don’t know,” Trump said, according to Time. “She could have some big problems.”
A Trump supporter in the crowd then began to chant “Hillary for Prison!” with others joining in. The business mogul was visibly amused.
“There is no answer to what she did,” Trump said in regards to Clinton’s use of a private server, Politico reports. “You just use what you’re supposed to use, and you assume people are listening… it’s greed. It’s really just greed in its own way. All she had to do was just do what she was supposed to do.”
The business mogul added that he would love for Clinton’s e-mail scandal to derail her presidential campaign, saying that he would prefer to compete against Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont in a general election.
“Please FBI, please go after Hillary. I wanna run against Bernie!”
The GOP candidate then concluded that running against Clinton “would be fine… you know, honestly, I’ll take anybody.”
During the Brown & Black Democratic forum in Iowa on Jan. 11, Clinton had her own shade for Trump, saying that she had attended his 2005 wedding as a political ally, not because she was financially indebted to him, New York Daily News reports.
“He was a basically a Democrat before he was a Republican,” Clinton said. “He was… supportive of Democrats and supportive of a lot of causes I care about and people I knew cared about.”
When asked what wedding gift she had given the real estate mogul, Clinton replied “Nothing.”