Much like half of America, Hillary Clinton is so over talking to Donald Trump. With the final presidential debate coming on Oct. 19, Hillary confessed to Ellen DeGeneres that it’s hard to discuss issues with Donald – because he keeps spreading ‘falsehoods’ and lies! Click to watch.
“You stayed so calm [during the second debate,]” Ellen, 58, said to Hillary, 68, when the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing on Oct. 14. “Let’s talk about the debate because this is the first interview you’ve done since the debate. What did you make of that?”
“I had several reactions,” Hillary said. She recounted how she saw Donald Trump, 70, try to “dominate the space” during the Oct. 9 event, especially since it was mere days after his sexist “grab [women] by the p***y” conversation leaked. “It’s frustrating,” Hillary said, especially when it came with confronting The Donald with what he said.
“[To] run against somebody and debate somebody who is consistently just spewing forth falsehoods,” she added. “And when you catch him when you say, ‘No, wait a minute you said this, you actually were on the record on this.’ ‘No I wasn’t! No, I wasn’t!’ and just hopes, I guess, that people will forget it.”
People are not forgetting what Donald said, or what he allegedly done. After Donald denied he sexually assaulted women, numerous women came forth to call him a liar. Jessica Leeds, 74, and Rachel Crooks, 34, told The New York Times that the ex-Celebrity Apprentice star allegedly mauled them both with gropes and kisses. Cassandra Searles, 31, said claimed that Trump “grabbed [her] ass” and Natasha Stoynoff, a longtime writer for People magazine, also claimed that Donald molested her.
The New York Times is not letting Donald off the hook. The Republican presidential candidate has threatened to sue the publication over libel, to which the paper pointed out was utterly pointless. “The essence of a libel claim, of course, is the protection of one’s reputation,” the paper wrote in response to Donald’s demand for a retraction. “Mr. Trump has bragged about his non-consensual sexual touching of women.
“Nothing in our article has had the slightest effect on the reputation that Mr. Trump, through his own words and actions, has already created for himself.” Dang. Seems the New York Times is just as frustrated with Trump’s alleged “falsehoods” as Hillary is.
What do you think is going to happen at the third and final debate, HollywoodLifers?