Both comments were meant to be private and leaked.Donald Trump is comparing it to the 47% percent comment.
Era in which you flatter donors by saying grossly insulting things about large numbers of voters is long over. How didn’t Clinton know that?— Megan McArdle (@asymmetricinfo) September 10, 2016
And he retweeted something Barack Obama said about Romney:
Hillary Clinton just had her 47% moment. What a terrible thing she said about so many great Americans!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 10, 2016
James Kirchick, Ta Nahisi Coates, and Jamelle Bouie all agree Hillary was right:
You don't have to like the guy or be voting for him to recognize that the troll-fu is exceptionally strong here. pic.twitter.com/45rC3Fut25— Jeff B. (@EsotericCD) September 10, 2016
Can't load tweet https://twitter.com/tanehisicoates/status/774720575721836544: Sorry, you are not authorized to see this status.Can't load tweet https://twitter.com/jbouie/status/774686383583727617: Sorry, that page does not existWhat they means is they've spent years saying normal is racist, and now they have a Presidential candidate who agrees with them. Here's an example of what Jamelle thinks is racism:Can't load tweet https://twitter.com/jbouie/status/774975298748182529: Sorry, that page does not existThey found 60 percent of Republicans to say that blacks aren't more violent than whites? Either MSM suppression of black crime is working better than you'd think, or people are not telling pollsters what they think.Here's a comment from Hunter Wallace, of the Occidental Observer:Can't load tweet https://twitter.com/occdissent/status/774712985344278528: Sorry, you are not authorized to see this status.He adds that "The
One of the hardest aspects of this election has been the realization that tens of millions of my fellow Americans are deplorable people— Jamie Kirchick (@jkirchick) September 10, 2016
When Bill Kristol thinks you've gone too far in insulting ordinary Americans, you've lost...whatever he still represents.Kristol, as we keep reminding you, is the author of Y is for Yahoo [The Weekly Standard April 2006] in which he said
Hillary Clinton's creed: "All men are created equal" -- except for those I've consigned to the basket of deplorables, who are irredeemable.— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) September 10, 2016
“How many Republicans will have the courage to stand up and prevent the yahoos from driving the party off a cliff?”The problem is that in voter terms, there are a lot of "yahoos" out there. The majority of Americans agree with Trump on illegal immigration, and have for years. That's what Hillary considers deplorable.