Saturday, September 17, 2016
Warren: Trump has more support from KKK than GOP. Numbers please? Just Democrat random sliming. Hillary supports the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists. That can be proven
Elizabeth Warren harshly attacked Republican nominee Donald Trump Saturday, claiming that he has more support from white supremacists than he does from GOP officials.
Appearing at a campaign event in Columbus, Ohio, the Massachusetts senator claimed that Trump has "more support from Aryan nation and the KKK than he does from leaders of his own party."
Trump's suggestions over the years that President Obama was not born in the U.S., she said, were racist attacks that only stopped when his campaign handlers forced him to acknowledge that Obama was born in the U.S. on Friday.
Warren was campaigning for Hillary Clinton and Ted Strickland, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate hoping to unseat incumbent Republican Rob Portman, in Columbus, Ohio.
Touching on another controversy from Friday, when Trump remarked at a campaign event that Clinton's security detail should disarm itself, Warren accused Trump of advocating violence and of being a "twisted bully."
"Donald Trump has repeatedly invited his supporters to commit a horrific act of violence against his opponent, against another human being," she said.