Donald Trump is fond of asking his standing room only crowds if they’re having fun. The response is always a resounding cheer. One of the key distinctions between Trump’s campaign and Hillary Clinton’s is that Trump’s supporters seem to enjoy being in the same room with him.
Compared to the early days of his run, Trump has been more disciplined about sticking to the TelePromptr but he still occasionally lets loose and improvises. On Saturday night in Pennsylvania, he even treated the audience to an impersonation of his opponent.
Conservative Tribune reports:
“She’s supposed to fight all these different things and she can’t make it 15 feet to her car. Give me a break,” Trump said while the crowd cheered.
Trump paused and imitated Hillary, stooped over and walking in with a shuffling gait.
He then told the crowd that Clinton was home resting, preparing for her next speech, which would be in about two or three days and about 15 minutes long.
While it’s generally not polite to make fun of someone’s health, Trump is making a valid point that voters must consider on Nov. 8: A candidate’s health and his or her ability to carry out the functions of the job are serious, relevant issues.
Once again, Donald Trump ignores all the traditional rules about campaigning, such as taking the high road and not making fun of your opponent when they’re “down.” We’ll have to wait and see whether or not his unorthodox approach can carry him all the way to the White House.
Source: Conservative Tribune