Hillary Clinton learned something from watching Donald Trump crash and burn during the debate last week. And she totally used it to mock the Republican nominee on Twitter only hours before the debate between vice-presidential candidates Mike Pence and Tim Kaine.
During last Tuesday’s first presidential debate, Hillary came out swinging by focusing on her policy while saying just enough to make Donald Trump throw temper tantrums, especially when Hillary reminded him of the way he treated former Miss Universe Alicia Machado. Trump has been whining about that ever since.
As one of my friends said earlier today, Hillary gave Trump a lot of rope to hang himself with and she gladly let him do so.
Trump looked out of his depth. He sniffled constantly and tried to bluff his way through the debate as if he thought it would be easy because Hillary is a woman. Well, he was embarrassingly wrong. He was ignorant on most of the topics and he demonstrated that he doesn’t have the knowledge, experience, or temperament necessary to be president. Hillary, on the other hand, acted presidential and was the only adult on stage.
Trump’s team also bragged about how Donald did not even bother to prepare for this debate, and it showed on stage. He was so unprepared that he took every single piece of bait Hillary threw in front of him. And she learned something that evening.
“I learned that preparation is important,” Hillary said.
“I learned that preparation is important.” —Hillary on what she learned by debating Donald Trump
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 4, 2016
Hillary probably learned that lesson decades ago when she was training to become an attorney, so we can definitely assume that this is just a clever dig aimed at Donald Trump. And that means we get to wait and see if Trump once again takes the bait and throws yet another temper tantrum on Twitter.
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