The real reason Hillary Clinton will soon be "suspending" her presidential campaign:
A look at Foster’s final day shows Hillary Clinton was desperately trying to reach him before his body was discovered by Park Police. She asked her chief of staff three times to contact Foster and have him call her. But she has never been asked why she was so eager to talk to him on the day his body turned up dead in Fort Marcy Park outside of Washington, D.C., on July 20, 1993.
But now Trump has raised the issue and placed the long forgotten ghost of Vince Foster under the bright lights of the 2016 presidential campaign.
Trump said Foster “had intimate knowledge of what was going on. He knew everything that was going on, and then all of a sudden he committed suicide.”
Foster served as deputy White House counsel for the first few months of the Bill Clinton administration and was part of the core group that followed the Clintons from Little Rock, Arkansas, to Washington. He’d known Hillary for years, working with her at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock.
His death was ruled a suicide by two independent counsels, Robert Fiske and Kenneth Starr, along with the U.S. Park Police. Congress also looked into the death. But critics say these four independent investigations all had one common denominator – the involvement of the FBI – and, therefore, were not really so independent after all.
There have been suggestions that Foster and Clinton had been involved in an affair, while others say Foster may have been involved in shady dealings, but nothing has ever been proven.
One thing that is certain, however, is that Hillary Clinton’s name pops up often in official documents of the Starr Report released by the National Archives, many of them obtained by WND but never reported on by the media.
She's so unpopular with the electorate....she could hold her California Primary rallies in a phone booth.