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Donald Trump rattled Hillary Clinton with a flurry of truth bombs Sunday night, then on Monday an African-American rally attendee managed to get a spot behind the Democratic nominee with a message of his own.
During her appearance at Detroit’s Wayne State University on Monday, the man somehow managed to appear behind Clinton wearing a T-shirt with an image of former President Bill Clinton right above the word “rape.”
When the man was spotted by security he was escorted out, but when he fell down the stairs behind Clinton some observers thought he had been pushed.
— Kaydee King (@KaydeeKing) October 10, 2016
After she saw what was happening, Hillary said, “You know, I do hope somebody follows that gentleman out and stages an intervention. He clearly has not been following this election very closely.”
What, is Hillary trying to stereotype African-American voters by assuming they aren’t “following elections closely” if they are voting against her? How racist!
Donald Trump has certainly gone to great lengths to bring the spotlight on Bill Clinton’s sordid past, hosting several women at a press conference before Sunday’s debate – Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones – all of whom have accused the former president of inappropriate sexual behavior and even rape.
During the debate, Trump said, “If you look at Bill Clinton, far worse. Mine are words, and his was action. His was what he’s done to women. There’s never been anybody in the history politics in this nation that’s been so abusive to women. So you can say any way you want to say it, but Bill Clinton was abusive to women.”
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