The Donald strikes back! During the Oct. 13 Democratic debate, Donald Trump completely slammed Hillary Clinton and the rest of the Democrats on Twitter. As he watched, Donald claimed that he saw no ‘star’ on the stage that night!
Well, he did say he’d be watching! During the first Democratic presidential debate, Donald trump, 69, threw a real harsh diss out at his fellow presidential wannabes. While he was watching Hillary Clinton, 67, debate her opponents — like Bernie Sanders, 74, and Lincoln Chaffee, 62, — The Donald said the opposition lacked some serious “star” power!
“Sorry,” Donald tweeted during the Oct. 13 event at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, “but there is no STAR on the stage tonight.” Considering Donald stole the spotlight during the first Republican debate, maybe he was expecting his competition to follow in his footsteps?
Sorry, there is no STAR on the stage tonight!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 14, 2015
Massive Hillary disses from Mr. Trump could not have been more expected, honestly. First things first, he literally told the world that he would be live tweeting the event– news which he shared on Twitter, natch. The Donald wrote, “At the request of many, and even though I expect it to be a very boring two hours, I will be covering the Democrat Debate live on twitter!”
Sensing an opportunity to mock her potential opponent, Hillary decided to call Trump on his arrogance (seriously, who was dying for Trump to provide commentary on this thing?). “.@realDonaldTrump Glad you’ll be watching. It’s going to be ‘huge,'” she wrote, mocking Trump’s signature catchphrase.
However, Hill-dog had likely pissed Trump off before the Twitter back and forth even went down. The day before the debate, Hillary made a surprise appearance at a rally in Vegas– outside of the Trump Hotel in Vegas, no less! Can you believe the balls on that lady?
“Now, you know, some people think Mr. Trump is entertaining, but I don’t think it’s entertaining when somebody insults immigrants, insults women,” Hillary said, speaking to the Culinary Workers Union. “That is unacceptable behavior,” she added.
Before taking off, Hillary wanted to get in one final dig at the follically-challenged republican. “We also want to send a message to Mr. Trump,” she said. “If you are going to run for president, then you should represent all the people of the United States!”
What did you think of Trump slamming Hillary? Are you Team Trump or Team Hillary?
— Casey Mink