Hillary Clinton insider viciously attacks Trump family

A Hillary insider has used a quote by President Trump that has been twisted to no end to justify a disgusting attack against the Trump family and members of his staff.

Philippe Reines, who served as a campaign adviser to Hillary Clinton as well as serving as an adviser while she served in the State Department, lashed out at the Trumps, calling them “rotten souls” and a “diseased clan.”

The comment

Reines was going off about a comment President Trump made while honoring the medalists from the Olympics and Paralympics.

The President made a statement that he watched as much as he could, but it was tough to watch all the games.

He was clearly discussing his schedule as it related to the TV schedule of the Olympics, but his comments have since been twisted seven ways to Sunday to make him look bad.

Suddenly, liberals are spreading the narrative that Trump was calling the Paralympians “tough to watch.”

His full quote was, “What happened with the Paralympics was so incredible and so inspiring to me. And I watched – it’s a little tough to watch too much, but I watched as much as I could.”

You would have to be a complete moron not to realize he was talking about plopping down in front of the TV for hours at a time rather than shaming the Paralympians.

Explanation

Sarah Sanders, Trump’s press secretary, tried to explain the comment, but liberals were having none of it.

Rather than taking the time to listen to his full comments and understanding what he clearly  was trying to say, Reines went off on another rampage against Sarah Sanders…

But When It Comes to Hillary…

When you think about it, it is pretty ironic a Hillary staffer is going off like this.

Democrats tried to say Hillary was misunderstood when she said she wanted to put coal miners and coal businesses out of business.

They took her at her word that she just mixed up her words.

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Yet, Trump’s words are clearly being twisted to suit a narrative, and they refuse to listen to reason.

One word… hypocrites.

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