This was pretty funny. Trump was speaking at a dinner for the National Republican Congressional Committee when he slammed Hillary for her latest insult to American voters in India. The crowd ate it up.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
Trump Slams Clinton’s India Speech, Mocks Democrats Disavowing Her ‘Backward’ Comment
“The truth is the Democrats have never been more vulnerable because they’ve lost touch with normal everyday working people,” Trump said. “Democrats haven’t learned. They still think the loyal citizens who care about jobs and borders and security are deplorable.”
Trump went on to reflect on Clinton’s fundraiser speech weeks before the 2016 presidential election, where she called half of his supporters “deplorables.”
“The problem is she said so many of my people were deplorable and you know the next day I made a speech and everybody is wearing ‘I am deplorable.’ I said, ‘There is something going on here.’ That was not a good word to use. You have to be careful in politics, right?” Trump said.
“Her last statement about women–they have to get approval from the husbands, the sons, and their male bosses to vote for Trump? That was not a good statement! Not good!” Trump added…
“Democrats, going back to my husband and even before, but just in recent times going back to Bill and our candidates and then President Obama, have been losing the vote, including white women. We do not do well with white men and we don’t do well with married white women,” Clinton said. “[White women face an] ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should.”
Watch the video:
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