I believe that Hillary Clinton is a dangerous liar -- in the sense that it is hard to separate her truths from her lies. In the past months, many lies and mistruths surrounding Clinton have been uncovered. I think that these discoveries paint Clinton in a very negative light and generate a sense of uneasiness and uncertainty in any claims she makes moving forward.
Clinton and her husband used the State Department to enrich their family. She opened her office to dozens of influential Democratic party fundraisers, Clinton loyalists and corporate donors to her family's global charity. Whatever Donald Trump says is correct. Clinton is a big liar and could be potentially very dangerous to US
Many believe that Hillary Clinton is dishonest. Therefore, when Donald Trump attacks Clinton as a liar, it resonates with a lot of the electorate. Furthermore, many agree with Trump that Clinton is a dangerous liar. Critics often sight her handling of the Benghazi attack, as well as her email server scandal as examples of her dangerous behavior. In short, Hillary Clinton has proven herself to be dishonest on many occasions.
No, Hillary Clinton is not a dangerous liar. Is she a liar? Maybe. The real debate lies in the broad statements that Donald Trump makes. For example, “I have a great relationship with the blacks. I’ve always had a great relationship with the blacks.” -Donald Trump Albany’s Talk 1300, April 14, 2011. Readers and viewers all over the United States, can rest assured that Donald Trump has a great relationship with entire races. To follow the first example, “The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive.” -Donald Trump Twitter, Nov. 6, 2012. These comments Donald Trump makes are bold, broad, and loosely based. The consumer who hears or reads Trump's loaded statements about Hillary Clinton is pressed to ask himself, Is Hillary Clinton a dangerous liar? Before rooting in a shared belief with Donald Trump however, one must consider the authoritativeness of the source, and the source may not be the most reliable.