"I would probably appoint people that would look very seriously at [Clinton's] email disaster because it's a criminal activity, and I would appoint people that would look very seriously at that," Trump said on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday.
"What she's getting away with is absolutely murder."
Trump was responding to Clinton, the Democratic presidential front-runner who called on voters earlier this week to ask themselves what kind of justice or attorney general Trump would appoint, citing his belief that Muslims should be banned from entering this country.
"As scary as it might seem, you have to ask yourself, 'Who would he appoint?'" Clinton said.
Trump continued to slam Clinton Wednesday morning, saying nothing seems to be happening with Clinton's email case.
A report earlier this week said that 147 FBI agents are involved in the investigation surrounding Clinton's private email server used during her time as secretary of State and handling of classified material. The Washington Post reported that the FBI accelerated its investigation to avoid potentially announcing any action close to the general election.
"You talk about a case, well that's a real case," Trump said Wednesday morning. 
"If she's able to get away with that, you can get away with anything."