From Susan Rice's interview today with Andrea Mitchell of MSNBC, an interesting example of emphatic multiple negation:
I leaked nothing to nobody, and never have and never would.
Filling in the verb-phrase ellipsis might give us "I never have leaked nothing to nobody" — though maybe not, since the elided material is famously not always exactly identical to its source in such cases.
More of the context:
Andrea Mitchell: Within that process,
and within the context of the Trump campaign, the Trump transition,
did you seek
the names of people involved in-
t- to unmask the names of people involved in
the Trump transition, the Trump campaign, people
surrounding the pre-
Susan Rice: Let me begin ((with))-
Andrea Mitchell: … in order to spy on them,
in order to expose them.
Susan Rice: Absolutely- absolutely not
for any political purposes,
to spy, expose, anything. ((But let me-))
Andrea Mitchell: Did you leak the name of Mike Flynn …
Susan Rice: I leaked nothing to nobody,
and never have and never would.