Susan Sarandon Says Hillary Clinton Will Be Indicted Over Email Scandal
"It's inevitable," the Oscar-winning actress, a staunch Bernie Sanders supporter, says.
Susan Sarandon is positive Hillary Clinton has trouble coming her way in the form of an indictment over her email usage while Secretary of State.
When talking to MSNBC on Thursday about her candidate of choice, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sarandon wondered aloud why no on was talking about the indictment against Clinton. When MSNBC's Chris Jansing interjected there was no indictment against Clinton, Sarandon replied: "No, but there's going to be. There's going to be. I mean, it's inevitable."
Clinton, the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination, maintains she did nothing wrong when she used a private email server for official communications, rather than a State Department server.
Sarandon has been a staunch, outspoken Sanders supporter for some time.
The Oscar-winning actress also has made numerous headlines for her comments about Sanders' supporters in Hollywood being "afraid" to speak out, as well as saying she cannot see herself supporting Clinton should she win the Democratic nomination.
"I feel it would be very hard for me to send that message that I give her permission to use my taxes," Sarandon told Jansing of supporting Clinton.
Both Clinton and Sanders have been stumping in California recently ahead of the state's primary election on Tuesday.