Donald Trump went after Hillary Clinton during a speech on the campaign trail on Saturday in Golden, Colorado. The Republican nominee hammered his Democratic counterpart over a new FBI probe into new emails from her private server while also jumping around to other topics.
Trump covered multiple angles of the new email probe including Anthony Weiner, the Department of Justice, and how the scandal proved that the government is being run by big business.
The Department of Justice
Trump accused the DOJ of working to protect Clinton from her email scandal by blocking FBI efforts to investigate.
Trump even went as far as to claim that it had been reported that as many as 97 percent of the employees of the DOJ had made contributions to Hillary Clinton.
"The Department of Justice is trying to hard to protect Hillary," said the Republican nominee.
Unsurprisingly, Trump used the new emails as an opportunity to go after one of his favorite political punching bags, Anthony Weiner.
"Anthony Weiner [is] a major, major sleaze," said Trump.
Trump also questioned how the Clinton campaign would handle Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin, in light of her husband's actions.
The State of the Union
Trump also told the crowd in Golden that the United States was in serious trouble.
"Folks, we're living in a third world country," said Trump.
"This is the lowest point in the history of our country."
Trump also spent some time talking about energy policy, zeroing in on Hillary Clinton's plan to get rid of fracking and her popularity in West Virginia.
Trump whipped the crowd up over making energy more expensive by getting rid of fracking and coal.
Coal led Trump to talk about how well he'd done in West Virginia and how popular he was with the miners in the area.