Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have been going at each other like little kids at a playground. After Hillary Clinton said that Donald Trump is a best friend of ISIS, Trump went into full vulgar mode. The New York Times has the news.
“Mr. Trump’s response Monday night was angry and vulgar. He said her bathroom break during Saturday’s Democratic debate was ‘disgusting,’ and he used a crude sexual reference to describe her defeat by Barack Obama for the 2008 nomination.”
After an article on the topic by Breitbart, commenters went in like bees on honey to sting Hillary Clinton.
“He wouldn’t touch Hillary’s beast with Billy boys schlong! Neither would Billy boy!” wrote commenter Cherry Walker.
“Schlong also means snake. That immediately evokes an image of Hillary, especially with a forked tongue,” wrote Bucksergeant.
Many of the comments insulted Clinton’s age, her husband Bill, and even her looks. Things weren’t much better on Twitter.
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“Neal Conan, host of NPR’s Talk of the Nation, said in a 2011 broadcast that the 1984 Democratic ticket of Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro ‘went on to get schlonged at the polls.'”
This was said by a Democrat, and nobody in their party ever whispered a word about it. However, perhaps the reason it made such news is because Donald Trump has been known to make politically incorrect statements about women that some people think are misogynistic.
Politico adds that, despite the outrage, Donald Trump’s latest statements will not hurt his campaign, especially because he has said things that are worse. In fact, as CNN reports, Trump’s numbers are hotter than ever.
“Trump tops the field with [39 percent], according to the poll of Republican and Republican-leaning registered voters. That’s more than double the share backing Cruz, who, at [18 percent], has inched up 2 points since the last CNN/ORC poll, which was taken in late November,” the article claims.
CNN adds that Trump’s favorability ratings aren’t too high. But when polled on certain issues, Trump is on top, especially when it comes to issues such as terrorism and illegal immigration. Many people consider Barack Obama to be too weak when it comes to handling illegal immigration and terrorism, and perhaps Trump at least taking a stand is what is earning him a lot of support.
Many thought that Donald Trump had ruined his campaign when he said that the United States should ban Muslims from entering the United States until we can figure things out. Trump was bashed by the media (even Fox News), politicians, and just about everybody else. Although some people still may not consider Donald Trump a serious candidate, it’s becoming more obvious that he is.
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