Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpCensus Bureau spends millions on ad campaign to mitigate fears on excluded citizenship question Bloomberg campaign: Primary is two-way race with Sanders Democratic senator meets with Iranian foreign minister MORE and Newt Gingrich on Wednesday attacked Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonOmar endorses progressive Georgia Democrat running for House seat Bernie Sanders's Super Tuesday problem Democrats worried about Trump's growing strength MORE’s private email server during a joint campaign appearance.

“Hillary’s secret email server existed for the reason we all know — to keep her emails from being read by the public,” Trump said during a campaign rally in Cincinnati, Ohio.


“No. 1, it is illegal what she did here,” added the GOP’s presumptive presidential nominee. "But it’s also bad judgment.

“I’ve always heard that once an email gets sent out, it never really leaves you. Our enemies likely have a blackmail file on her, which should actually disqualify her from running for office.”

Gingrich, a former House Speaker from Georgia, said Clinton avoiding any consequences for her email arrangement is a fundamental failure of justice.

“Is there a single person here who believes if you had done what Hillary Clinton had done that you would not be prosecuted?” he asked before introducing Trump.

“They are once again making the case that there are two Americas,” Gingrich added. "There’s the corrupt Washington of the old order and there’s all the rest of us."

Shortly before the campaign rally, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced that per the FBI's recommendation, the Department of Justice would not press charges against Clinton.

Gingrich and Trump also questioned Lynch's meeting with Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonJuan Williams: Don't count Biden out Consensus forming for ambitious climate goal: Net zero pollution Democrats' choice: Unite or go down to defeat MORE last week — Trump suggested that the Clintons had bribed Lynch to not press charges.