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In an apparent attempt to rattle her opponent, Hillary Clinton gave billionaire supporter and Trump-basher Mark Cuban a front-row seat to Monday night’s Wrestlema … er, Presidential Debate.
Cuban, of course, couldn’t resist crowing about it on Twitter:
Seriously, did anyone think Donald Trump would fail to respond to this massive trolling attempt on Clinton and Cuban’s part? Of course they didn’t, and speculation abounded as to who Trump would counter with. (Each campaign gets to select 400 people to personally attend the debate along with about 300 Hofstra students.)
In response to Cuban’s tweet, Trump fired out a tweet of his own bashing Cuban and threatening an interesting guest to stare Hillary down for a couple of hours – Gennifer Flowers!
That’s right, THE Gennifer Flowers, she of the very first “bimbo eruption,” a decade-long affair that nearly derailed Bill Clinton’s candidacy in 1992, THAT Gennifer Flowers, now an entertainer in her own right, sitting in the front row staring down Hillary and supporting Donald Trump.
Flowers responded to Trump on what appears to be her Twitter page and then confirmed with Buzzfeed that she had indeed been invited to the debate and she would be attending.
Hi Donald. You know I'm in your corner and will definitely be at the debate!…💋
— Gennifer Flowers (@gennflowers) September 24, 2016
This debate is already expected to attract 100 million viewers. The real question is, what on earth are the OTHER 200 million doing that would be more fun and interesting than this?!
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