Hillary Clinton Tells Voters to 'Cancel' Trump 'Reality Show' in November Election
Failed presidential candidate gloats about town hall ratings
Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton urged her supporters to "cancel" the “Trump reality show” by voting for Joe Biden in the November election.
“Americans are sick of the Trump reality show," Clinton stated.
"Let’s cancel it for good, shall we?” she wrote to her 29 million followers in a retweet showing Biden beating President Donald Trump in their town hall TV ratings.
Americans are sick of the Trump reality show. Let’s cancel it for good, shall we? https://t.co/9Pqv2Fh364— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 16, 2020
Biden’s town hall surpassed Trump’s NBC town hall by over half-million TV viewers, according to Neilson.
Trump had 13.5 million viewers, while the former vice president had about 14.1 million.
Those numbers don't include those who watched online, however.
But not everyone agreed to with Clinton's sentiment.
One Twitter user wrote in reply to Clintons' tweet:
"It is about Reality! Vote one way, lose your freedom and country. Vote for Trump and keep your freedom and save your country!! It's just that simple!!"
It is about Reality! Vote one way, lose your freedom and country. Vote for Trump and keep your freedom and save your country!! It's just that simple!!— Jim Eastridge (@jimEastridge1) October 17, 2020
"We CANCELLED YOU IN 2016. WE WILL RE-ELECT @realDonaldTrump @POTUS FOR 4 MORE YEARS AND HE WILL FULFILL ONE MORE PROMISE..."
"We aren't sick of it! We chose him over you and we'll do it again. THE BEST IS YET TO COME!"
We aren't sick of it! We chose him over you and we'll do it again. THE BEST IS YET TO COME!— BasedHealerChick🇺🇸 (@BasedHealrChick) October 16, 2020
The town halls took place on the night of the debate, which was scrapped after plans to make it virtual prompted to Trump to refuse to take part.
On Friday, Biden had an 11-point national lead over Trump in an NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll; the same Clinton led by three weeks before the election in 2016 before losing to Trump.
Earlier this month, Clinton said she still could not understand why she lost the election in 2016.
During an interview with Edward Issac-Dovere of The Atlantic about her historic loss to President Donald Trump, Clinton said:
“No, there was a widespread understanding that this election [in 2016] was not on the level."
"We still don’t know what really happened," Clinton said.
"I mean, there’s just a lot that I think will be revealed. History will discover.”