Trump, Clinton and That #NastyWoman TwitterStorm
If history is to be taken into consideration, the third and final US Presidential debates have lesser impact on voters. However, Wednesday’s final debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton re-wrote history. It inspired many “Nasty Women” to come out in support of Clinton.
As Clinton was calmly explaining her take on Social Security, Trump suddenly intervened and called her a “Nasty Woman”. His comment was enough to create a digital storm, the twitterati went ballistic and many famous celebrities labelled themselves as Nasty Woman in support of Hillary. Including Mr Sulu!
If I did a debate in high school & my argument was “She’s a nasty woman” I’d be disqualified. How is this part of a Presidential debate?
— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) October 20, 2016
— Marci Walton (@MarciKWalton) October 20, 2016
“Nobody respects women more than me, you nasty woman.” Huh.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) October 20, 2016
For the record, Hillary soberly explaining Obamacare made Trump think she’s “such a nasty woman.”
It’s over, Donny. Bye. #debates
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) October 20, 2016
For the entire night Trump seemed to be biting his tongue not to interrupt again with “wrong!”
Then he blurted, “Such a nasty woman.”
— Trip Gabriel (@tripgabriel) October 20, 2016
It was fun to see the people of America take to Twitter and bash Trump over his Nasty Woman Comment-
Are you a bad hombre or a nasty woman? #Debate
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) October 20, 2016
— George Nimeh
Efficient debate @realDonaldTrump! U offended hispanics “bad hombres,” women “she’s a nasty woman” & democracy by not accepting voters will.
— Misha Collins (@mishacollins) October 20, 2016
— Alanna Vagianos (@lannadelgrey) October 20, 2016
And that’s what we’re waiting to see, come November!