Clinton gets former GOP secretary of state's vote

2016-10-25 22:22
Former US secretary of state Colin Powell. (Yuri Gripas, AFP)

Former US secretary of state Colin Powell. (Yuri Gripas, AFP)

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Washington - Former secretary of state Colin Powell says he will vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.

The Republican and retired four-star Army general made his announcement at a meeting of a Long Island business association.

He is the latest in a series of Bush administration officials who have rejected their party's nominee.

Powell recently engaged in a public fight with Clinton when he denied her claim that he advised the Democratic nominee to set up a private email server as secretary of state.


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