Trump Slams Hillary Clinton: Her Supporters Are Asking "Why Doesn't She Just Go Home?"

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In a speech at a National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) fundraiser Tuesday night President Trump knocked Hillary Clinton for several recent verbal missteps against Trump voters.

During a trip to India this month, Clinton said white women that voted for Trump felt "pressure" from their husbands, sons, and even bosses. She also said states that voted for her are "moving forward" while states that went for Trump were "looking backwards."

Trump also brought up Clinton's infamous comment that Trump voters belong in a "basket of deplorables."

"Democrats haven't learned, they still think the loyal citizens who care about jobs and borders and security are deplorable," he said. "When Hillary made that speech, she said deplorable, I thought it was bad, but I didn't know it was going to be that bad. But the problem is she said so many of my people were deplorable and you know the next day, I made a speech and everybody's wearing 'I am deplorable.' I said something's going on here."





"I would say her last statement about women, they have to get approval from their husbands, their sons, and their male bosses to vote for Trump," he said.

"That was not a good statement. Not good," Trump said tonight at the record-setting fundraiser.

Trump said former Clinton supporters are running away from Clinton's last statement. Trump said some of her biggest supporters are asking: "Why doesn't she just go home?"

"You notice how fast Democrats have run from these statements?" Trump asked. "They are disavowing those statements like I've never heard before. She's wrong, people that were her biggest supporters are now saying what is she doing? Why doesn't she just go home? But that was not a good statement."

Trump also made a bold prediction and said Republicans will "defy predictions again" and keep the House majority.

"We will keep fighting for the change the American people want and deserve. The Democrats think they are invincible," Trump said.

He also took a shot at Rep. Maxine Waters, a California Democrat who constantly calls for his impeachment, repeating his line from last week that she is a "low I.Q. individual"

"I watched this Maxine Waters. You ever seen Maxine Waters? A low I.Q. individual. Low I.Q," Trump said.

"We will impeach him. We will impeach him, but he hasn't done anything wrong," Trump said of himself while mocking the Congresswoman.

"This is what we are going to have to fight against," Trump said of the Democratic agenda. "It's easier to just keep going good, we are going to keep the economy strong, the truth is the Democrats have never been more vulnerable because they've lost touch with normal everyday working people. Democrats haven't learned, they still think the loyal citizens who care about jobs and borders and security are deplorable."

"When Hillary made that speech, she said deplorable, I thought it was bad, but I didn't know it was going to be that bad," a surprised Trump said. "But the problem is she said so many of my people were deplorable and you know the next day, I made a speech and everybody's wearing 'I am deplorable.' I said something's going on here. That was not a good word to use, you have to be careful in politics, right? I would say her last statement about women, they have to get approval from their husbands, their sons, and their male bosses to vote for Trump. That was not a good statement. Not good."

Trump said former Clinton supporters are running away from Clinton's last statement. Trump said some of her biggest supporters are asking: "Why doesn't she just go home?"

"You notice how fast Democrats have run from these statements?" Trump asked. "They are disavowing those statements like I've never heard before. She's wrong, people that were her biggest supporters are now saying what is she doing? Why doesn't she just go home? But that was not a good statement."

"But we know the truth and the truth is that we are great patriots, we really are, we're doing what's right. We come from every city, from every town, from every walk of life, we come from backgrounds and it doesn't matter the color or the creed, but we all have one thing in common, we love this country. We love this country," Trump said.

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