HILLARY CAMPAIGN PUTS OUT EMAIL STATING TRUMP IS A MAN OF HIS WORD

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The Clinton campaign sent out a mass email blast asking for donations on Friday.  In the email, Hillary’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, urges people to support Mrs. Clinton because if there’s one thing Mook has learned over the past few months it’s to “take Donald Trump at his word.”

It appears Mr. Mook has come to realize what tens of million of people have known for more than a year: Donald Trump is an honest guy who wants to make America great again.  It must be hard to write such a positive email about your opponent.   But then again, what’s his choice?  There’s only one honest candidate in the race.

Here’s the exact email:

Friend —

One thing I’ve learned over the last few months is to take Donald Trump at his word. If he says he’s going to build a wall, we should understand that he’ll try to do so if he wins this election.

And if he says he’s raising millions every single day, well, we can’t afford not to take that seriously — after all, Trump and the Republicans raised more than $80 million in July alone.

So we’ve set a hard goal of raising $1,000,000 online before midnight tonight to keep us on track for the month of August. It’s a big reach, but we’ve run the numbers, and we can get there if 16 folks in your town step up to help.

Will you make one of those donations right now? When you do, we’ll send you a free sticker to say thanks:


Thank you,

Robby

Robby Mook
Campaign Manager
Hillary for America

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