Hillary Clinton Releases Insult Generator App Called 'Trump Yourself' As Donald Trump Promise to Make America Great Again At RNC

Hillary Clinton Releases ‘Trump Yourself’ Insult Generator App As Donald Trump Speech Promise to Make America Great Again At RNC 2016

Hillary Clinton is inviting us all to go “Trump” ourselves. Us Weekly reports that the Clinton campaign camp has released an app called “Trump Yourself,” which allows users to add hilariously offensive quotes from Donald Trump to their Facebook profile pictures.

You can chose from a wide range of insults that Donald Trump has hurled at his adversaries over the years. For example, you can choose “Fat pig,” which Trump famously called Rosie O’Donnell in 2009. You can also choose “Hater or Loser,” an insult Trump has used against a long list of people. If you’re LGBT, you can add, “Donald Trump doesn’t think I should be able to get married,” to your Facebook photos.

Hillary Clinton made the announcement about the app on her Twitter account.

As Us Weekly notes, the reactions to the app have been mixed so far on social media.

While some have called the app juvenile, others have pointed out that it’s probably just a crafty way for the Clinton campaign to get your email.

The Trump campaign has also tried to take advantage of the popularity of apps. As Russia Today reports, the Trump camp have created a game called “Crooked Hillary No,” which uses some of the augmented reality features found in Nintendo’s Pokemon Go.

Clinton has used Pokemon Go too, but to encourage more people to register to vote.

The “Trump Yourself “insult generator app adds different insults for people of color and women.

Hillary Clinton announced the launch on Thursday before Donald Trump officially accepted the Republican Party’s nomination for President.

During his hour-long acceptance speech Trump promised to “fix America,” The Wall Street Journal reports.

“I have joined the political arena so that the powerful can no longer beat up on people who cannot defend themselves,” said the real-estate mogul turned politician.

As you can expect, Donald Trump’s speech was heavily critical of Barack Obama and his rival in this year’s election, Hillary Clinton.

“America is far less safe—and the world is far less stable—than when Obama made the decision to put Hillary Clinton in charge of America’s foreign policy,” he said. “I am certain it is a decision President Barack Obama truly regrets.”

“This is the legacy of Hillary Clinton: death, destruction, terrorism and weakness,” the former star of The Apprentice added.

In his acceptance speech, Trump also made sure to stress key themes of the Republican Party platform: immigration control, opting out of trade deals, and getting rid of ISIS fast.

As The Washington Post notes, Trump declared himself the one man who could steer America to “restore” its position in the world. According to Trump, he’s the one who can “make America great again.”

“Nobody knows the system better than me, which is why I alone can fix it,” he said.

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