USA: It’s 'very unfair' — Trump on Flynn before departure to Utah

SOT, Journalist: *INAUDIBLE* SOT, Donald Trump, US President: «Well, I feel very badly for General Flynn, I feel very badly. He’s led a very strong life, and I feel very badly John. I will say this. Hillary Clinton lied many times to the FBI and nothing happened to her. Flynn lied, and they destroyed his life, and I think it’s a shame. Hillary Clinton, on the Fourth of July weekend, went to the... Еще FBI, not under oath. It was the most incredible thing anyone's ever seen. She lied many times; nothing happened to her. Flynn lied, and it' like they ruined his life. It's very unfair. Thank you very much.» US President Donald Trump said he felt «very badly» for General Flynn, speaking in Washington DC, Monday, before departing to the State of Utah. «He’s led a very strong life, and I feel very badly about it,» said Trump. «Hillary Clinton lied many times to the FBI and nothing happened to her. Flynn lied, and it destroyed his life, and I think it’s a shame.» He concluded that the situation is «very unfair». Speaking about reducing the territory of two national monuments in Utah, Trump said «we are going to do something with the state of Utah» which will be «important for the people of Utah». Trump and his administration plan to shrink two national monuments — The Bear Ears and Staircase-Escalante. The move to reduce the sites comes as the Trump administration pushes for more development on public land. The two monuments are vast areas of protected natural land. They include both archaeological and cultural sites as well as undeveloped energy resources. The lands hold particular significance for indigenous communities.

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