Trump Drops TRUTH BOMB On Hillary, Destroys Her TO HER FACE!

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The Republican and Democrat nominees poke fun at themselves and not each other only at that dinner, but there’s certainly nothing typical about the 2016 presidential election.

“Hillary is so corrupt. She got kicked off the Watergate Commission. How corrupt do you have to be to get kicked off the Watergate Commission. Pretty corrupt,” Donald Trump said during his Alfred E. Smith dinner speech.

The Republican outsider candidate went to riff about the many uncomfortable WikiLeaks truth bombs which were dropped on Hillary Clinton before week. Because the mainstream media have lost all integrity within their effort that is one-sided to support Hillary, most in the crowd were probably blissfully oblivious of the inner workings and terrible insults being hurled around by her handlers.




“Hillary is and has been in politics since the 70s. What’s her pitch? The economy is busted. Washington is failing. Vote for me. I’ve been working on these problems for 30 years,” Trump continued, this time earning boos from the NYC liberal elite surrounding the dais.

Live coverage of the Catholic charity dinner revealed media pundits aghast at Trump’s improper address as previously reported by the Angry Patriot.

When Hillary took to the podium, she mocked her rival and also stomped on tradition. Downplay and her buddies in the media had to immediately backpeddle their faux disgust about the comedy of the occasion breakage from selfdeprecating evening protocol, which had consistently ruled.

“We’ve learned so much from Wikileaks. For instance, Hillary believes it’s vital to deceive the people by having one public policy and a totally different policy in private. [more boos] That’s OK. I don’t know who they’re really angry at, Hillary, you or I? Here, she is tonight pretending not to hate Catholics,” Trump added.

It ’s amazing to be here with 1,000 amazing folks that are. Or as I call it, a little intimate dinner with some buddies. Or as it is called by Hillary, her biggest crowd of the season,” Donald Trump said, clearly referencing the thousands of voters who come out to hear him talk—compared to the dozens to hundreds who gather to cheer on Clinton.

When Hillary’s remarks were critiqued by the same reporters, she didn’t get an entire pass but was dubbed as just biting “satire.”

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