Tuesday, September 6, 2016

TRUMP CRITISIZED FOR RELEASING "SEXIST" T-SHIRT


Donald Trump claims to “cherish” women, but his actions — and words — might suggest otherwise.

Fox News’ Megyn Kelly called him out on his sexist behavior during the GOP debate on August 6, reminding him: “You have called women you don’t like ‘fat pigs’, ‘dogs’, ‘slobs’, and ‘disgusting animals.”

Now the Trump campaign has again offended Feminists and other man haters by releasing a t-shirt that has raised controversy.

The shirt,released last week depicts Trump and Clinton with the caption reading "Bros before Hoes" suggesting the former Secretary of State is a whore.

Fox News contributor Karl Rove took to the airwaves to dispel any rumors that calling women whores is inappropriate.


"It's all part of a sick anti-man,anti Christian agenda." Rove told Fox News,"They was to emasculate us and take our manhood away.We even see it right here at Fox. Megyn Kelly complained to management that I myself was harassing her just because I accidentally brushed up against her and kept accidentally touching her breasts.These girls show up at work in these cute little dresses that Roger Ailes picked out for them and get mad because we say they are attractive and want to touch their bodies? If they don't like it why don't they put some clothes on?"

The Clinton campaign said the shirt is sexist and vulgar and wants it to be discontinued.

Donald Trump's campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, said the Republican presidential candidate has no intention of caving to the pressure and said women need to "lighten up".

"Look the shirt is a joke. Not meant to be taken seriously, "she told Fox news,"All these silly young girls like to pretend they hate that word. Everybody know in the bedroom we love for mean to treat us rough and call us hoes like that. I sure do."

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