The following quote via a Rightwing website called the "Conservative Book Club" (note: it isn't from the Onion).
|Donald Trump: I am going to create a new special deportation task force focused on identifying and quickly removing the most dangerous criminal illegal immigrants in America who have evaded justice just like Hillary Clinton has evaded justice. Okay? Maybe they'll be able to deport her. (Should Hillary Clinton Be Deported? by Bradley Matthews. Conservative Book Club).|
Note that Donald Trump never indicates that he's joking. The title of the article doesn't indicate that this is a joke. In fact, it's posing it as a serious question. Nowhere in the body of the article does the author say DJT is joking. Most of the comments attached to the article also take the suggestion seriously (though not all).
Even though (and you may have already guessed it) but a US born citizen can't be deported. FindLaw.com says that US citizenship can be revoked, but only if the person was born a citizen of another country. In which case they'd be deported back to the country of their birth.
Natural-born US citizens can not have their US citizenship revoked and therefore cannot be deported. A natural-born US citizen can voluntarily give up their citizenship, but such a person (which Hillary Clinton is) can NOT be stripped of their citizenship and deported against their will.
One herp-derp says "I hope Trump is our next President. I hope also that he will prosecute her and deport her". But, if she were "deported" somehow, she could live quite comfortably in another country. That's a major belly-ache Clinton detractors have; that she's wealthy. And she got wealthy via criminality (Clinton Foundation is a "slush fund").
Although another commenter (one who is slightly less of a derp) says "OMG! Heck YES!!!! However, because she is an American citizen, we cannot do this. Therefore, the right thing to do is to deport her to the BIG HOUSE, where she belongs!!!!!"
So this person is right that HRC can't be deported. But she isn't going to be sent to the Big House either. In fact, I think it's more likely that Donald Trump could be sent there. Not a lot more likely though, given the fact that different rules apply when it comes to wealthy and powerful people. Which isn't to say that I think HRC is going to get off the hook (re her supposed criminal acts) due to being wealthy and powerful (it's because she isn't guilty of most/all of the things Rightwing derps think she's guilty of).
But wealth and power are why I think it isn't likely that Trump will end up in prison for his crimes (raping a 13yo, Trump U fraud, mob ties, illegally employing non-US citizens, encouraging Visa fraud, other crimes). Much as I'd like to see that happen.
Maybe the HRC administration can fast-track a law change that will enable a DJT deportation? I think that Hillary should at least look into it. That and many other things.