Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is a "disgrace" for comparing Republican candidates to terrorist groups when she defended Planned Parenthood, GOP candidate Chris Christie said Sunday.
During an appearance of "Fox News Sunday,"
Christie was shown a clip of Clinton telling a Cleveland crowd, "Now, extreme views about women, we expect that from some of the terrorist groups. We expect that from people who don't want to live in the modern world. But it's a little hard to take coming from Republicans who want to be the president of the United States.
"Well, there's a uniter, isn't it? Comparing Republicans to terrorist groups," Christie told host Chris Wallace. "That's a disgrace, and she's a disgrace."
Christie also slammed Clinton for what he called her failure to follow the law in using a private email server for government business during her years as secretary of state.
Christie, a former federal prosecutor, said Clinton could be guilty of obstruction of justice if those emails were deleted after a subpoena was issued by Benghazi select committee chairman Trey Gowdy. And her use of the unsecured server was mishandling classified information. "
"No one is above the law. And, unfortunately, in the Obama administration there's been lawlessness going on in this country," Christie said, pointing to sanctuary cities and states breaking federal law by legalizing marijuana.
"And apparently now Hillary Clinton has caught this disease as well, and she believes certain laws only apply to her," he said.
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