Wednesday, May 11 2016 21:19 EEST
Donald Trump : 'Hillary Clinton is totally controlled by Wall Street'
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According to Washington Post, Donald Trump offered praise for an ­unusual party: avowed democratic socialist Bernie Sanders.

Donald Trump: 'Now, I’m no fan of Bernie Sanders, but he is 100 percent right, Hillary Clinton is totally controlled by the people that put up her money. She’s totally controlled by Wall Street.'

He also said: 'Bill Clinton is history's worst abuser of women, men are the victims.'

'She's married to a man who hurt many women. And Hillary hurt many women, the women that he abused.'

After that Donald Trump shared on Facebook

'The Clintons spend millions on negative ads on me & I can’t tell the truth about her husband? Don’t feel sorry for crooked Hillary!'

In this case, American political commentator, economist, professor, and author Robert Reich shared on Facebook:

'Donald Trump is trying to embrace Bernie supporters because he knows this election is more about the widening divide between average Americans and the moneyed interests than it is about traditional right versus left politics. He's already trying to paint Hillary Clinton as the candidate of the moneyed interests.

The irony, of course, is Trump personifies the moneyed interests who have used their wealth to get the laws and regulations they want: Trump has used bankruptcy law four times to protect his assets, although average Americans can’t use it to reorganize their mortgage or student debts. He’s used public eminent domain law to get land he needs for his real estate empire. He’s got public subsidies to make his business enterprises more profitable. And he has lobbied for tax loopholes that further enrich himself.

What do you think?'

The United States presidential election of 2016, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2016, will be the 58th quadrennial U.S. presidential election. Voters will select presidential electors who in turn will elect a new president and vice president through the Electoral College.

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