The Trump campaign is in full desperation mode after the release of the now infamous 2005 sexual assault video, and an almost equally disastrous debate performance by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Sunday.
Since then, Trump’s surrogates have been doing whatever they can to divert attention away from their unhinged candidate in an effort to mitigate the irreversible self-inflicted damage done to their candidate’s campaign.
Former New York City mayor turned Trump surrogate, Rudy Giuliani, seems to think that saying outrageous things about the Clintons will somehow help his candidate.
Recently, Giuliani has repeatedly made reference to the alleged sexual misconduct of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s husband, former President Bill Clinton, virtually every time he’s in front of the camera.
However, on Wednesday, the former mayor thought he’d try a different approach and attack Hillary Clinton based on the issues (What novel idea, right?). But instead of focusing on policy, he quickly descended to the gutter.
At a Trump rally in Ocala, Florida, the former mayor took aim at Clinton’s healthcare plan by comparing it to the socialized system in Canada. Giuliani asked:
“How many of you have ever gone to Canada for health treatment? Do you know what it’s like? It’s terrible, right? You stand on line, and then you die!”
“We want our health system. People come from Canada to America for healthcare … Hillary, we don’t want your socialized medicine. Take it and stuff it up … [inaudible]…”
This obscene remark energized the rabid Trump crowd, as they cheered loudly.
“I didn’t say it. I didn’t say it. I suggested it, but I didn’t say it.“
On November 8, the American people will have an opportunity to tell Trump and all his vile troll surrogates like Giuliani exactly where they can shove his toxic campaign.
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