Donald Trump: Anthony Weiner is “obviously psychologically disturbed”

30 Aug 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Donald Trump attacks Clinton aide Huma Abedin over husband Weiner.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump alleged late Friday that Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin shared classified information with husband Anthony Weiner, while also referring to the former congressman as a pervert. “Huma is one of the people it all came through,” he said, referring to the classified email investigation that has dogged Clinton’s campaign for the Democratic nomination. “Who is Huma married to?Donald Trump on Friday night criticised Huma Abedin, a key aide to Hillary Clinton, and seemed to imply sensitive information had been leaked to her husband, former congressman Anthony Weiner. The real-estate mogul, who holds a double-digit lead in polls regarding the Republican presidential nomination, was speaking at a fundraising event in suburban Boston.

Trump continued his attacks on Clinton at a Massachusetts fundraiser last night, saying the former Secretary of State has “some very big problems” with her email server. Speaking to a boisterous audience that was eager to clap and cheer everything the real estate magnate said, Trump called Weiner a “perv” and made fun of the sexting scandal that ended his political career using some weird hand gestures. She is married to Anthony Weiner, who is a perv,” Trump said during a campaign rally in Norwood, Massachusetts. “Now these are confidential documents and guess what happens to Anthony Weiner.

His campaign has flourished amid media uproar over remarks on subjects including illegal immigrants from Mexico, the war record of Senator John McCain and the Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly. A month ago he went to work for a public relations firm. ” Weiner resigned from his New York congressional seat in 2011 after a public sexting scandal. The jabs came one day after a new Quinnipiac University poll showed Clinton just 4 percentage points ahead of Trump in a mock head-to-head 2016 matchup. Following Trump’s remarks, Clinton press secretary Nick Merrill said on Twitter that Trump had crossed a line for attacking a staffer and called his remarks “disgraceful.” It all sort of came through Huma.

Clinton rep Nick Merrill released a statement, saying in part “Donald Trump has spent the summer saying offensive things about women, but there is no place for patently false, personal attacks towards a staff member. While talking about Abedin’s access to Clinton’s emails he said: “If you think that Huma isn’t telling Anthony—who she’s probably desperately in love with in all fairness to Anthony because why else would she marry this guy? Trump, who was speaking to more than a thousand people at the estate of car dealer Ernie Boch, said that while Abedin worked at the State Department she had been “getting classified information” while married to a man he described “a perv”, “a sleazebag” and just “a bad guy”. During a rally in Nashville, Tennessee, on Saturday, Trump repeated his criticism of Abedin and Weiner, which brought a rebuke from Hillary for America Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri. “Trump repeated bizarre attack on Huma today.

The campaign collapsed when it was revealed that he had continued to send explicit photographs to women on the internet, and had used the name “Carlos Danger”. He should be ashamed of himself.” Clinton, meanwhile, took aim at Trump during a speech at the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting in Minneapolis on Friday, suggesting he is hurting the legacy of the Republican Party.

Chris Christie — are “pretty much the same.” “So I do kind of know what Donald is going through,” she said. “And if anyone wonders if mine is real, here’s the answer: The hair is real, the color isn’t.” Trump has often defended his hair, stressing it isn’t a toupee. I’ve known Anthony Weiner for a long time, I knew him before they caught him with the “bing bing bing,” and he was a bad guy then, and it turns out, he was a really bad guy.

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