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She probably wasn’t expecting this to happen.
Hillary Clinton’s latest attack ad on Donald Trump is receiving serious backlash after she released it on Twitter Friday. So much so, that the ad is in danger of backfiring as some view Trump’s featured comments as little more than common sense.
“Well you know, pregnancy is never…it’s a wonderful thing for the woman, it’s a wonderful thing for the husband, it’s certainly an inconvenience for a business,” Trump said in the ad.
Take a look here:
The first in a new series: a message from your potential next president—on pregnancy.https://t.co/LmUZI20JCo
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) May 27, 2016
It didn’t take long for for the add to generate some serious heat on Twitter:
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So now Clinton thinks pregnancy should never be viewed as an inconvenience? Welcome to the pro-life side, Hillary! https://t.co/DZuhoUybVg
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) May 27, 2016
liar & cheat 😠
— shadohchaser (@shadohchaser) May 27, 2016
H, you will never be President. -T
— Tatiana Wright (@twright55) May 27, 2016
I suggest you stop doing this. You're just promoting him.
— eloisa (@bilbil) May 27, 2016
I don't buy any pro pregnancy rhetoric from HRC when she's ok w/ killing babies in utero & denying them human rights https://t.co/tlduzeQTHh
— Elisha (@ElishaKrauss) May 27, 2016
I seem to remember Obama calling pregnancy a punishment, what Hillary's view on that?
— Clive Jones (@jivehearitllive) May 27, 2016
And perhaps the most astute observation:
holy shit, she keeps highlighting Trump's common sense and honesty
— Hate Speech Monitor (@HiEnergi) May 27, 2016
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