9 Mean-Spirited Donald Trump Quotes About Hillary Clinton That Would Be Shocking Coming From Anybody Else
Donald Trump is wrong about a lot of things. In fact, Donald Trump is wrong about most things. But the reality TV star and businessman proves how wrong he is with the most finality when he talks about women. Whether shaming a celebrity or making gross comments to a beauty queen, he comes across poorly when interacting with anyone from the female sex, but there is one woman in particular that brings out the worst in him. Donald Trump has made some horrible remarks towards Hillary Clinton, proven when he claimed that she blamed him for the Charleston shooting and called her actions "pathetic."
Trump said Clinton was pathetic because he thought she was blaming him for the shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. Earlier in June, Clinton said in an interview:
The people who do this kind of dastardly horrible act are very small percentage, but unfortunately the public discourse is sometimes hotter and more negative than it should be, which can, in my opinion, trigger people who are less than stable to do something like what we've seen.
She then mentioned Trump's announcement that said some of the Mexicans who cross into the United States "are rapists," CNN reports.
Trump's response? Well, it's pretty much what you might expect...
Although Trump has an embarrassing reputation when talking about immigrants and, well, everyone, his record on Clinton is even worse. Here are nine of the most mean-spirited quotes he made about her.
On The "Woman Card"
You know, she's playing the woman card really big. I watched her the other day and all she would talk about was, 'Women! Women! I'm a woman! I'm going to be the youngest woman in the White House! I'm not going to have white hair, I'm going to dye my hair blonde!' … She could be beaten. She's got a lot of bad things happening.
Trump slammed Clinton in Iowa with this statement, according to The Des Moines Register. Someone in the crowd asked how he could beat Hillary, and made reference to vague "bad things" that were happening.
On Being Incorruptible
Unlike me, Hillary Clinton isn't rich enough to be incorruptible.
This might be the first time that a candidate has been criticized for not being rich enough. According to Salon, Trump made this statement, forcing the audience to engage in Trump logic: If you don't think about it, it makes sense.
Trump attacked Clinton's inability to build things. If the best presidents were people who had the ability to construct buildings and shout at celebrities, we would all be voting for the Donald.
What Is "It?"
You're being a little vague here, Don. Also, it makes me uncomfortable when you speak in the third person.
Trump Should Never Talk About Race
Racism is "a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race," according to Merriam-Webster. Not this. Maybe he should look it up.
On The Doubt
There is absolutely no doubt at all, but the answer isn't in Trump's favor. It worries me a little that he said, "Putin, Iran, China." Does he not know who leads Iran and China? Or is it that he doesn't know which country Putin is from?
On Tom Brady
Comparing Clinton to an NFL player who wears male Uggs is very mean indeed. I'm not impressed.
When He Compared Her To A Time Bomb
I think he meant to say that she was the bomb.
He Did Not Just Go There
"@mplefty: If Hillary Clinton can't satisfy her husband what makes her think she can satisfy America?" @realDonaldTrump #2016president
According to the Daily Mail, Trump retweeted this sexist, offensive, and off-color jab at Clinton from someone else on Twitter. He quickly deleted it but not before some of his many followers caught it. Trump's treatment of Clinton proves that he should not interact with important government officials. Or anyone.
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