After slamming Donald Trump all week for crude comments he had made, the Hillary Clinton campaign just experienced their own locker room video moment.
A Clinton staffer was caught on camera bragging about being able to grab a female co-worker and not get fired.
“I think the bar of acceptable conduct in this campaign is pretty low,” Wylie Mao, a Hillary Clinton field organizer, said in the latest video from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas.
“To be fired I would have to grab Emma’s ass twice and she would have to complain about it, I would have to sexually harass someone,” Mao said at a West Palm Beach, Florida bar.
The camera caught a voice saying to Mao, “she says she wants to go to Hillary’s thing at Coral Springs.”
“Tell her to get in line,” Mao replied.
Mark Hodges, another Clinton field organizer, commented from off camera as well.
“Tell her to f**k off and volunteer for US Weekend because it’s a weekend of action, and you can’t win votes at a f**king rally,” he said.
O’Keefe drove home the point that since Trump had been hammered for days across the media for “locker room banter” that was caught on a hot mic more than a decade ago, the Clinton campaign should be blasted as well for its conduct.
In another location later in the video, a Project Veritas journalist attempted to ask Mao a question about his remarks. “Hey Wylie. I’d just like to ask you a little bit about the sexual conduct going on with the Hillary campaign. Is the bar pretty low?”
Mao walked away without responding. His Twitter account has been taken offline.
Incidentally, O’Keefe’s Twitter account was also reportedly taken down.
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