Hillary Clinton ‘nudges’ people to vote Tuesday, DML responds

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Hillary Clinton, the two-time presidential candidate who lost both her bids for the White House, took to Twitter today and pressed for Democrats to vote blue.

In a tweet issued Tuesday morning, the former secretary of state tweeted the following message: “Live in VA, NJ, WA, NY or anywhere with an election today? Consider this my personal ask/nudge/plea for you to go to the polls and VOTE.”

She immediately followed up with a second tweet to provide instructions on where people can go to vote on this election day. She tweeted: “You can confirm where to vote here:

Her tweets come on the heels of Trump’s tweets about the elections taking place. In a 3-part tweet, Trump focused on the biggest race of the day which is taking place in Virginia. “Ralph Northam will allow crime to be rampant in Virginia. He’s weak on crime, weak on our GREAT VETS, Anti-Second Amendment……..and has been horrible on Virginia economy. Vote today!   will totally turn around the high crime and poor economic performance of VA. MS-13 and crime will be gone. Vote today, ASAP!”

In responding to Hillary’s tweet, DML News CEO Dennis Michael Lynch wrote: “Nudge, like u did the DNC? If u want2 win, have ur pal Putin run ads w/Facebook. I hear he sways voters. BTW we r nudging AG 2 investigate u”

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