OMGee willikers, what could Donald Trump have meant when he said Hillary Clinton "doesn't have a Presidential look"?
Trump on Clinton: "I just don't think she has a presidential look..." https://t.co/gNdZmZerpz— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) September 6, 2016
When asked in an interview on Good Morning America Tuesday what he had meant by saying Hillary Clinton "doesn't look presidential," Trump said, "I really do believe that." He continued: "Well I just don't think she has a presidential look. And you need a presidential look. You have to get the job done," explaining literally nothing.
Is he talking about this Hillary Clinton? Lover of pant suits? She with the face that screams, "I'm President!" (metaphorically, and probably sometimes literally when behind closed doors)?
This election shouldn’t be about ideology. It’s not just about differences over policy. It truly is about who has the experience and the temperament to serve as president and Commander-in-Chief. Just three weeks ago, 50 Republican national security experts, who served in prior Republican administrations, wrote a letter saying that they will not vote for Donald Trump, because he would be—in their words—“the most reckless President in American history.” The stakes this fall are as high as any election in our lifetimes.
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It's highly plausible that the guy who trolled his Republican opponent for her appearance and said Megyn Kelly had "blood coming out of her whatever" thinks Hillary's "look" is one too many X-chromosomes away from being "presidential."