Trump Labels Death Of Former White House Aide Vince Foster ‘Very Fishy’

Donald Trump called the death of former Clinton White House aide Vince Foster “very fishy” and labeled theories that it was something other than a suicide “very serious,” in an interview last week with The Washington Post.

Foster served as deputy counsel to President Bill Clinton and was previously a partner and close colleague of Hillary Clinton’s at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Ark. A federal investigation ruled that he took his own life in Fort Marcy Park in Northern Virginia in 1993, but some Clinton opponents have theorized that the Clintons were behind his death.

In the Post interview, Trump did not dismiss those theories but said that he will not talk about them publicly because he does not know enough about the case.

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