Clinton camp urges supporters to comment on 'disgusting' Trump remarks

The campaign's communications director issued a "no comment comment" on Tuesday morning after Donald Trump made misogynistic remarks about Hillary Clinton's debate bathroom break.

The Democratic debate stage on Saturday night. (Image via the DNC's Facebook page).
The Democratic debate stage on Saturday night. (Image via the DNC's Facebook page).

Hillary Clinton’s campaign is refusing to officially comment on a new set of misogynistic remarks made by Donald Trump, but her communications director urged supporters to condemn the billionaire’s statements.

Campaign comms chief Jennifer Palmieri tweeted on Tuesday morning that "everyone who understands the humiliation" of Trump’s language should voice their anger using the hashtag #imwithher. She also responded to supporters on the platform.

At a Monday night rally, Trump said Clinton’s bathroom break during Saturday night’s debate was "too disgusting" to talk about, and commented that she was favored to win the 2008 Democratic nomination, but was "schlonged" instead.

Palmieri’s hashtag got the attention of Twitter, including at least one famous Clinton supporter.

Earlier this week, Trump demanded Clinton apologize for saying he is "ISIS’ best recruiter" during Saturday night’s debate. This summer, he also commented that Fox News host Megyn Kelly had" blood coming out of her wherever" when she hosted an early Republican debate.

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