You don’t want to get between a stage and a Clinton. My biggest takeaway from last night’s debate? Simple, there’s no escaping the three-headed monster of Chelsea, Bill, and Hillary: Chillary.
Chillary is the image that I cannot get out of my head.
No sooner did mediator Lester Holt unclip his mic and there was Chillary center stage, shaking hands with their enablers in the crowd, as the Trump family stood back, aghast, and watched.
That is the image I will remember most.
The Trumps, and the rest of the families watching around the country, could only witness another disgraceful, classless act by the Clintons.
Donald Trump did what he needed to do last night. He will be remembered. He reminded everyone watching what a failure Secretary Clinton has been to this country. Three points that I remember most.
One, Hillary called her email problem a “mistake.” Trump countered, no, it was not a mistake. It is not a mistake when your staff needs to plead the fifth to protect you.
Second, Hillary’s negligence as Secretary of State helped create the problem that is ISIS. Now she wants to fix it? Please. Trump reminded us what a failure she has been.
Third, Hillary has spent millions on negative adds. Trump said he’s refrained from telling Americans what he really knows about the Clintons. I believe it. So does everyone else.
Trump did what he needed to do last night. He reminded us what we would get from Chillary. More Washington. More lies. More insiders. And, last but not least: Do not to get between a stage and a Clinton.
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