Someone Took A Hammer To Trump's Hollywood Star And The Video Is Therapeutic
Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star was just demolished with a sledgehammer and a pickaxe.
Now there's a physical representation of the fact that he's one of the most unpopular presidential candidates in history.
The entire incident was caught on video, and it's kind of therapeutic.
According to USA Today, a man who identified himself as Jamie Otis is responsible.
In the video of the incident, Otis, who was disguised as a construction worker, said he has family members who've been sexually assaulted.
He's so upset with Trump because of the allegations against him concerning his behavior towards women.
Otis said he was planning on removing the star in order to auction it off on Election Day. He then wanted to give the proceeds from the sale to the women who have accused Trump of sexual assault.
This isn't the first time Trump's star has been vandalized.
The Republican presidential nominee has promised to sue these women.
Speaking in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania over the weekend, Trump stated,
Every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign.
Total fabrication. The events never happened. Never.
All of these liars will be sued after the election is over.
Trump also accused Hillary Clinton's campaign of being behind the allegations, saying,
It was probably the (Democratic National Committee) and Hillary's campaign who put forward these liars with their fabricated stories.
But we'll probably find out later through litigation, which we're so looking forward to.
Clinton had a very short response to this assertion when questioned by reporters aboard her campaign plane on Saturday, simply saying,
That's just not accurate.
Meanwhile, a recent poll shows Clinton has a 55 to 35 percent lead over Trump with women voters.
In short, it's clear Trump's behavior toward women has really hurt his campaign, and is significantly diminishing his shot of winning the election.
Maybe don't be a misogynist? Just my piece of advice.
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