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"Hillary for Prison": From T-Shirt Slogan to GOP Rallying Cry

Related: How Donald Trump became America's conspiracy theorist in chief 2015 September: Infowars debuts its "Hillary for Prison" T-shirt. "I'm proud of it," says Alex Jones. December: Donald Trump tweets an image of a supporter in a "Hillary for Prison" T-shirt. 2016 June 2: Trump tells a rally in San Jose, California, "Hillary Clinton has to go to jail. She has to go to jail…She's guilty as hell.
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