Clinton’s Supporters Have Reclaimed Trump’s ‘Nasty Woman’ Insult

#NastyWomen started trending on Twitter after the debate

Clinton's Supporters Have Reclaimed Trump's 'Nasty Woman' Insult

by Debrief Staff |
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This week saw the third and final presidential debate and what may be Trump’s most ridiculous insult towards Clinton so far. Following Clinton’s discussion of her plans to put more money into the social security programme, his response was to call her ‘such a nasty woman’. Little did he know how much this would backfire.

As the debate came to a close, #NastyWomen started trending with many, including Clinton herself, quick to point Trump's hypocrisy as he tried to reassure voters earlier on in the debate: ‘nobody has more respect for women than me’.

One of Clinton’s supporters, Jeff Meltz, purchased the web address after the debate, which automatically redirects to Clinton’s campaign site.

‘I forwarded to Hillary’s site because I’m voting for her, and want to make any possible effort I could make to drive more traffic and donations to her campaign,’ Meltz told Bustle. ‘I figured, why not.’

It gets even better. Spotify announced today on Twitter that streams of Janet Jackson’s 1986 hit song ‘Nasty’ have gone up by 250%. Nasty Gal founder, Sophia Amoruso, also announced designs for a ‘nasty women’ tote bag, with all profits going towards Planned Parenthood.

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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