Donald Trump's 'Final Argument' goes viral

 
Donald Trump's 'Final Argument' goes viral
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has released his final ad of the 2016 race. Called 'Final Argument,' it basically serves as his last message to the American people before the election on Tuesday.

Posted on the Trump Team's YouTube channel, it has received almost 1,4 million views in a matter of hours.

Trump has repeatedly throughout his campaign pointed to corruption and fraud at the highest level of the United States, and even treason committed by Hillary Clinton, who knowingly used unauthorised equipment to avoid the Federal Records Act, which then was hacked and classified information leaked.

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Watch the latest and last Trump ad, and if you have paid some attention to the Email leaks provided by WikiLeaks, and disclosures by others lately, you'll know he's right:



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