CNN has gone in to overdrive with their support of Hillary Clinton.
According to CNN what Trump said in private about a woman rules him out of being President.
America, according to CNN is no place where woman should be spoken about in this fashion.
What is not on the front page of CNN is the fact that after 8 years of Clinton and Obama Women still earn less than men in the USA.
Nor is there mention that Clinton’s “close allies” are countries where women are oppressed by law.
The fact that Hillary Clinton has been involved in major scandals like stealing money from Haitian earthquake victims and an atrocious Benghazi cover up have vanished.
Not even policy seems to matter, all that is important to CNN is Trump’s use of the word P*$$Y.
Clinton has worked hard to build trust with so-called progressives, adopting several of Sanders’ positions after she bested him in the primary race. The U.S. senator from Vermont now supports his former rival in the Nov. 8 general election against Trump.
Still, Clinton has struggled to win support from young “millennials” who were crucial to Sanders’ success, and some Democrats expressed concern that the leaks would discourage those supporters from showing up to vote.
“That is a big concern and this certainly doesn’t help,” said Larry Cohen, chair of the board of Our Revolution, a progressive organization formed in the wake of Sanders’ bid for the presidency, which aims to keep pushing the former candidate’s ideas at a grassroots level. “It matters in terms of turnout, energy, volunteering, all those things.”
The Clinton campaign said it would not confirm the accuracy of the documents released by WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange.
“We are not going to confirm the authenticity of stolen documents released by Julian Assange, who has made no secret of his desire to damage Hillary Clinton,” said Glen Caplin, a campaign spokesman.
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