Lara Trump torches Hillary Clinton over reaction to Trump's latest indictment

 August 17, 2023

Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state and 2016 presidential loser, generated headlines this week after her bizarre reaction to the news of former President Donald Trump's latest indictment out of Georgia.

According to Mediaite, during an interview on MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show, Clinton cracked up on camera as she was asked about Trump's latest indictment, and her response drew intense criticism.

"Oh, I can’t believe this!" Clinton said, laughing about the indictment with the show's host.

Lara Trump, the former president's daughter-in-law, lashed out at Clinton during an appearance with Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity.

She, like many others, sees the clear and present danger of America's justice system being weaponized to target political opponents -- which could also happen on the other side of the aisle given the slippery slope that has been formed.

"There’s nothing funny about the erosion of our American values, about the erosion of our Constitution, about the weaponization of our systems like Third World countries do against political opponents," Lara Trump said.

She added, "Nothing funny, Sean, about our current president of the United States selling out our country to enrich his family, and of all people, Hillary Clinton, to be talking about this, who admitted to doing things criminally that are far worse than anything Donald Trump is even accused of doing, yet as you pointed out, no indictment there."

In a separate interview, Lara Trump mentioned the fact that Clinton was never indicted over her email scandal, which investigators said involved the "Bleachbitting" of some 30,000+ emails.

Many have noted that it seems like those with an (R) behind their names, especially if they're political opponents of the current administration, seem to be unfairly targeted.

The former president now faces four indictments, two federal and two state, which contain hundreds of charges.

The most recent indictment from Fulton County, Georgia DA Fani Willis, includes 18 additional co-spirators, including former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.

Only time will tell if Clinton is still laughing should Trump become the president once more.