Donald Trump warned Americans on Monday that Hillary Clinton is "likely to be under investigation for a very long time" and would thus be too distracted to lead the country as president.
Last week's bombshell announcement by FBI Director James Comey, that the bureau had reopened its probe into Clinton's handling of classified material, breathed new life into Trump's campaign, which had been dogged by sexual assault allegations and dwindling poll numbers.
"What happened today, starting with the FBI, maybe the system will become a little less rigged. Beautiful," the Republican nominee, told a crowd of supporters Friday night. "It's everybody's deepest hope that justice at last can be properly delivered," he declared at an event on Saturday.
But as Trump continued to criticize Clinton on Monday, he also cautioned voters who remain undecided just eight days before the Nov. 8 election.