Donald Trump Slams Hillary Clinton As ‘The Biggest Loser Of All Time’ & Voters Can’t Handle It

The current president of America, Donald Trump perhaps enjoys lashing out at Hillary Clinton as he’s called his former political opponent Hillary Clinton a ‘loser’ and just as expected many followers lashed back at his words.

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Trump sparked an outrage on Twitter again on 18th, November when he called Hillary Clinton a ‘crook’ and “the worst and biggest loser of all time” in a controversial tweet. Donald Trump also said in the tweet that, Hillary can’t just stop and asked her to move on with her life and try again for election in three years.

His tweet was met with a ton of backlash of which many of his followers responded with angry messages. Some folks said he should be impeached while others said he should be getting on with doing his job instead of tweeting about Hillary who is now a private citizen. Donald didn’t respond to the criticism but of course, this is one of various tweets he has posted over the years that reveal his dislike for the former Secretary of State.

Donald recently ended the ban on elephant trophies and that also caused an outrage on social media and beyond. Many celebrities, including Ellen DeGeneres, Susan Sarandon, and Mark Hamill, as well as fellow citizens expressed their devastation on the matter.






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