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Donald Trump Says Anthony Weiner Pillow Talk Rules Out Hillary Clinton as President

Donald Trump says pillow talk between Anthony Weiner and his wife is a reason Hillary Clinton cannot be trusted to be president.

The Republican presidential candidate suggested in a Wednesday news conference that Clinton aide Huma Abedin might spill the beans on White House secrets to her hubby, the disgraced former congressman.

“Her No. 1 person, Huma Abedin, is married to Anthony Weiner, who’s a sleazeball and pervert,” Trump said, referring to Weiner’s serial sexting scandals that twice torpedoed his political career.

“I’m not saying that, that’s recorded history,” Trump continued. “I don’t like Huma going home at night and telling Anthony Weiner all of these secrets.”

Huma Abedin served as a top Clinton aide during her time as Secretary of State and is widely expected to join her senior staff at the White House if she wins the November vote.

Abedin also famously stuck by Weiner despite his fall from grace amid revelations he used creepy aliases like Carlos Danger to send crotch shots to women online. Weiner apologized and tried a comeback by running for New York City mayor, but that bid collapsed amid new allegations from after his dramatic mea culpa.




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