Hillary tries to claim moral high ground in Trump’s leaked audio fiasco – LOL, nice try, honey!

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Hillary Clinton slammed her presidential rival Donald Trump after leaked audio revealed lewd comments he had made about women years ago.

The Democratic presidential nominee joined others in condemning Trump for boasting in a 2005 audio recording about being able to “grab” women “by the p—-.”

While Trump’s vulgar comments could not be defended even by his supporters, Clinton’s stance as morally superior backfired with many on social media, including Fox News’ Sean Hannity who condemned it as “selective moral outrage.”

The Republican presidential nominee released a video apologizing for the remarks which he said were from a private conversation which he characterized as “locker room banter.” He also accused former president Bill Clinton of making “far worse” comments to him.

Victims of the former president, Paula Jones and Juanita Broaddrick, slammed the hypocrisy of the Clintons and other liberals in attacking Trump.

Twitter users blasted Clinton for pointing a finger at Trump while ignoring the fact that she stood by her own husband who repeatedly cheated on her and whose victims she callously shamed.

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