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Black Lives Matter Activist Shaun King Says This Video Is ‘Most Devastating 10 Minutes’ on Hillary Clinton You Will Ever See


"From lifelong Democrats. It's bad."

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Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King took to Twitter Friday to point out what he says is the "most devastating 10 minutes" on Hillary Clinton that you will "ever" see.

King shared a video clip from MSNBC's "Morning Joe" in which co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski opined on the latest revelations having to do with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's ongoing email scandal.

"Far and away the most devastating 10 minutes on @HillaryClinton you will EVER see. From lifelong Democrats. It's bad," King tweeted.

On Thursday, Clinton again claimed that others within the State Department knew about her private email server and that she has handed over all of the emails from the server, even though the State Department inspector general's office this week released a report alleging otherwise.

“That was mind-boggling," Scarborough responded after hearing Clinton's comments.

“The number of false statements contained within that...I mean, I don’t want to be, like, negative, I really don’t, but that was just mind-boggling. Does she not have anybody around her that can tell her that we have to stop lying about this?" Scarborough said, adding, "Because everything she said in there was just a lie. I mean, it was allowed by the State Department. No, it was not allowed by the State Department."

Scarborough then pointed to the large number of Americans who do not believe Clinton is "honest and trustworthy" while making the point that her statement on Thursday "doesn't help" win those voters.

“She’s just not telling the truth. and her own State Department said, ‘You’re not telling the truth.’ It would be better for her politically to say I screwed up and I’m really sorry. Why can’t they do it?" Scarborough added.

Brzezinski then asserted that the comment was "more than a screw-up."

"I mean, that’s what she should say. But, you understand this is far more problematic than a screw-up," Brzezinski said.

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