The below video of Alicia Machado from CNN shows the former Miss Universe speaking about Donald Trump, as well as the things that Machado claims Trump called her throughout the years. Along with Alicia previously saying that Trump called her “Miss Piggy” and “Miss Housekeeping,” Machado now says in the video that Trump also called her ugly, with other heinous words alleged by Alicia.
The latest appearance by Machado in the public eye has caused folks on Twitter to trend Alicia’s name, and search for the Machado sex video that Trump claimed existed when Alicia first made her support for Hillary Clinton public.
People on Twitter are searching for Machado murder allegations as well, as reported by Twitter’s related searches to Alicia’s name.
The 1998 incident in Venezuela allegedly involved Machado being the getaway driver in a murder, which was brought up in the following interview with Anderson Cooper and Machado. In the video, Alicia acknowledges that something may have happened 20 years ago, but Machado does not specify whether the allegations of being a getaway driver are true or not.
Instead, Alicia states that because she is a famous actress in Venezuela and Mexico, people say all sorts of things about Machado. Alicia also states that she is no angel — but still doesn’t clarify the details of the accusations.
According to NBC News, Clinton said that Trump has demeaned, degraded, insulted, and assaulted women for 30 years.
Hillary once again turned to Machado’s plight of weight gain and public humiliation — one that Alicia says made her develop an eating disorder — in the wake of her “workout” press conference with Trump.
Hillary called Trump a bully due to these actions.
“Look at what he does. He calls women ugly, disgusting, nasty, all the time. He calls women pigs, rates bodies on a scale of 1 to 10. Can we just stop for a minute and reflect on the absurdity of Donald Trump finding fault with Miss Universe? But, you’ve got to ask, why does he do these things? Who does this? I will tell you who: a bully, that is who.”
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Machado, for her part, claimed that Trump scared her — and Alicia called Trump cruel.
“It’s really clear that he does not respect women. He just judges us on our looks. He thinks he can do whatever he wants and get away with it. Well, now I’m standing here on behalf of women and Latinos across the country [and] together we are going to say loudly and clearly: no Trump. He’s not getting away with it.”
Meanwhile, Clinton urged people to show Trump how they feel about him by voting against Trump on the day of the presidential election.
Trump spoke about healthcare on Tuesday, November 1, in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, as Clinton and Machado spoke in Florida.
As some folks outside of Clinton’s Florida rally chanted “lock her up,” Hillary acknowledged that some Trump supporters don’t like to hear any criticism of Trump.
Those same Trump supporters likely won’t take kindly to the fact that the #TerribleTrump hashtag is trending on Twitter.
A portion of those using the #TerribleTrump Twitter hashtag are tweeting about Trump’s worst characteristics, with claims that a vote for Trump on November 8 would set the country back 50 years — even as most of the country sets their clocks back one hour this weekend.
As seen in the featured photo above, Alicia spoke during Clinton’s rally in Dade City, Florida, on Tuesday, November 1.
Both Florida and Ohio are a couple of pivotal and important states in the presidential election, as they have been in previous elections.
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