GOP Statement on Clinton Foundation

Republican Party of the United States Virgin Islands Chairman John Canegata issued the following statement in response to news that the Clinton Foundation will only stop accepting foreign and corporate donations if Hillary Clinton wins the presidency:

“Secretary Clinton should have terminated her slush fund the day she announced her candidacy for the Democratic nomination. . . . → Read More: GOP Statement on Clinton Foundation

GOP statement on $400 million payment to Iran

Republican Party of the United States Virgin Islands chairman John Canegata issued the following statement on news that $400 million was paid to the Iranian regime at the same time as American hostages were released:

“The Obama-Clinton failed foreign policy resulted in the payment of a secret ransom of $400 million to the world’s leading . . . → Read More: GOP statement on $400 million payment to Iran

ICYMI: Clinton’s wrong claim that FBI director called her comments about email ‘truthful’

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Hillary Clinton said that she has told the public a consistent and truthful story about classified material on her emails, and FBI director James Comey backed her up. That immediately caught our attention.

On the July 31 edition of Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace played a video montage of several times . . . → Read More: ICYMI: Clinton’s wrong claim that FBI director called her comments about email ‘truthful’

GOP statement on Clinton nomination

Republican Party of the United States Virgin Islands chairman John Canegata issued the following statement:

“The facts are clear: 68 percent of Americans say Hillary Clinton isn’t honest and trustworthy. Mrs. Clinton, through the Clinton Foundation slush fund, has taken millions of dollars from foreign governments notorious for human rights abuses—like denying women basic rights—and . . . → Read More: GOP statement on Clinton nomination

GOP statement on Democratic chaos in Philadelphia

Republican Party of the United States Virgin Islands chairman John Canegata issued the following statement on the Democratic National Convention underway now in Philadelphia:

“The first full day of the Democratic convention isn’t over and Democrats are scrambling to maintain order and party discipline. Hillary Clinton is the nominee, but the party is in chaos . . . → Read More: GOP statement on Democratic chaos in Philadelphia