Political strategist Dick Morris told Newsmax TV
on Tuesday that "there's a very good chance that Hillary [Clinton] will be indicted" in the email scandal that is currently engulfing her Democratic presidential campaign.
"The current evidence may or may not justify it, but the current evidence is the tip of the iceberg that is coming," Morris, who served in the Clinton White House, told "Newsmax Prime" host J.D. Hayworth. "There are going to be 50,000 or 60,000 new emails — and God knows what they contain.
"I don't think she's going to survive this politically," Morris said.
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The former adviser to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, Morris is co-author of the New York Times best-seller, "Power Grab: Obama's Dangerous Plan for a One-Party Nation."
Clinton is also going to suffer from a run by Vice President Joe Biden, who received a "tremendously important statement" of support Monday from President Barack Obama, Morris said.
"He also said that Biden should have unique perspective and what it takes to get elected — and when they asked him what about Hillary, he said, 'Oh, he admires the job she did as secretary of state.' Flat.
"He specifically said that it's very possible that Obama will endorse in the Democratic primary. Now, you wouldn't say that if you weren't planning to do it. Obama and Biden had lunch yesterday in the White House. They probably cooked this up the day before.
"You're now going to face Biden in the race and with Obama's increasingly overt support," Morris told Hayworth. "Now, you'll have a completely new three-way race: Obama and Biden running as a unit — probably with black support, probably with bulk of the Latino support. Sanders with the bulk of the labor union-left-wing radical support and Hillary with what's left.
"She's going to get squeezed between those two, and that plus her emails will bring her down."
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