DEAR AMERICA: Who’s MORE ‘Deplorable’ – HILLARY Or Trump Voters?

Hillary chose to take the low road… with the American public itself. Here’s your chance to tell her who deserves the ‘deplorable’ title more.

In a statement Saturday, Clinton backtracked on her comments saying she regrets half of her remarks, after admitting she was ‘grossly generalistic’ in what she said at the LGBT fundraiser in New York Friday, adding ‘that’s never a good idea’.

She had called half of Trump’s supporters racist, homophobic, sexist, xenophobic, or Islamophobic and said they belonged in a ‘basket of deplorables’.

…The Donald said she had made ‘the worst mistake of the political season’.

In the statement he added ‘her true feelings came out, showing bigotry and hatred for millions of Americans’.

He then retweeted a message President Barack Obama shared back in 2012 which read: ‘RT if you agree: We need a President who is fighting for all Americans, not one who writes off nearly half the country.’

Here are Hillary’s controversial comments:

Trump’s running mate hit back:

She paints the Trump side as angry, mean, dangerous villains, spoiling for a fight with innocent, law abiding Leftists.

Maybe she’s never seen this scene? Physically attacking a woman isn’t *gasp* sexist, is it Hillary?

Maybe you only care about women whose vote you think you can get? Kind of like what the African-American voting block has begun to wise up to.

The people who REALLY disrespect the dignity, person and property of those who they disagree with are NOT voting Trump.

They are the ones who have promised to RIOT if they don’t get their way this election. How very … ‘democratic’ of them.

And Hillary doesn’t DARE disavow that crowd, does she?

Share if Hillary just showed America EXACTLY what an out-of-touch elitist she REALLY is.

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