Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton sent an email out to her supporters Tuesday, to pump them up for the first presidential debate next Monday evening.
Clinton claims she is going to speak up on behalf of the “Americans” Trump is “trying to put down.” But the people she lists who she will be standing up for are illegal aliens and Muslims.
Not one word of support does Hillary express for American workers, American military or American law enforcement.
Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump will take the stage together for the first debate at Hofstra University on Long Island, New York Monday evening, September 26.
Below is the email Clinton sent out Tuesday afternoon:
From: Hillary Clinton <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 2:44 PM
Subject: Here’s my promise for the debate:
For more than a year now, Donald Trump has used his platform on the campaign trail to try to silence and bully anyone who looks or acts differently than him.
So here’s what I’m promising you today: When I step onto the debate stage a week from now, I’m going to use my voice, my platform, and my microphone to speak out on behalf of the Americans he’s trying to put down.
I’m going to stand up for the 11-year-old girl in Nevada, who’s worried that her parents would be deported under a Trump presidency. For the Muslim family in Queens whose young children are terrified of how their family would be treated if Donald Trump becomes their Commander-in-Chief. I’ll speak up for every American who needs someone in their corner — not someone backing them into one.
I’ve taken part in quite a few debates in my life. But Monday’s is the most important. With so much on the line, I’m ready to give my all.
It’s going to be a historic night, and I’d love for you to be there for it. Will you add your name before tonight’s final deadline for a shot to sit in the audience as I challenge Trump? Time’s running out, the contest ends at midnight:
I hope to see you there!
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