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Hillary rudely treated police officers as her personal servants

Reader comment on item: What's a Conservative to Do? Vote for Pence

Submitted by Joe (USA) (United States), Oct 22, 2016 at 00:08

Daniel Pipe's article says Trump "will treat senators, justices, generals, and governors as personal staff who must fulfill his wishes – or else." I was surprised to hear today that a social friend who is a retired Beverly Hills police officer was telling my wife today that no one in the police department wanted to be assigned to Hillary Clinton because my friend and other past assigned officers found her extremely arrogant and rude, treating the officers as her personal servants.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

Yes, there is a long record of Hillary's mistreating those who work for her. That is not quite the same as disregarding the separation of powers in the U.S. Constitution.

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