It’s pretty typical for candidates from either party to thump opponents on any issue while campaigning, especially when campaigning for the White House. It’s something voters are not only conditioned to, but expect. Here’s what is not expected, writes Deroy Murdock in National Review Online: “It’s a frightful revelation, indeed, to learn what Hillary Clinton really thinks of enough Americans to populate Florida, Nevada, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.”
It’s also pretty hard to take umbrage with Donald Trump’s assessment of Hillary’s “Basketful of Deplorables” remarks at her Manhattan elitists, Barbara Streisand-led $6 million fundraising event last Friday. In Trump’s words:
(Hillary) “looks down on the proud citizens of our country as subject for her to rule over” and “displayed the same sense of arrogance and entitlement that led her to violate federal law as secretary of state, hide and delete her e-mails, put classified information in the reach of our enemies, lie to Congress, and sell government favors and access through her foundation.”
David Webb on Clinton’s ‘basket of deplorables’ comment
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