Trump just dropped another scathing ad on Hillary as he continues his campaign for the White House. By the looks of it, things are going to get very interesting and very dirty with mudslinging from here to November. Do you think this ad went too far or is it just right? Watch below…
Donald Trump’s latest effort to saddle Hillary Clinton with her husband’s sexual indiscretions hit Instagram like a bomb on Monday.
‘Is Hillary really protecting women?’ Trump tweeted, along with a link to a short video featuring the voices of two of Bill’s sexual-assault accusers, Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey.
The 15-second video also includes a reference to Clinton’s former White House intern paramour Monica Lewinsky, in the form of a stogie clenched between the former president’s teeth.
Independent Counsel Ken Star wrote in his bombshell report on the Clinton impeachment saga that the then-president sexually pleasured Lewinsky, then in her early twenties, with a cigar.
Broaddrick accused Clinton of raping her in a hotel room when he was the attorney general of Arkansas. Willey has charged that he groped and fondled her against her will in the Oval Office.
Read more: Daily Mail
Trump is also now leading in the polls against Hillary. Check out the new numbers that are making Hillary have some serious heartburn:
He’s up by just a hair, but Donald Trump, for the first time, surpassed Hillary Clinton in the famed Real Clear Politics average of national polls.
Leading the likely Democratic nominee by .2 percent, the average of polls from the last week puts Trump at 43.4 percent support to Clinton’s 43.2 percent.
Of the five polls used to create the average, Trump was the leader in three of them.
It was last week’s Fox News poll that got the trend started, with Trump ahead of Clinton by three points, 45 percent to 42 percent, within the poll’s sampling error.
In typical Trump fashion, the presumptive nominee tweeted the results using the hashtag ‘Make America Great Again’ and used his nickname for Clinton, ‘Crooked Hillary,’ when he shared her percentage.
Last month’s Fox News poll had Clinton leading The Donald by seven.
Read more: Daily Mail