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Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton: Throwback Thursday of a different kind

In an interesting way of hitting back at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton's campaign has come up with a 'shuffle tool' – The making of Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump. If we shuffle through the years, the tool tells us what each candidate has been up to since they began their careers.

 Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton: Throwback Thursday of a different kind

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For instance, in 2013, as the tools displays, Hillary finished her tenure as Secretary of State, after logging nearly 1 million miles and helping to restore America’s reputation around the world. While Trump had tweeted that the military’s sexual assault problem is a natural result of gender integration, stating “What did these geniuses expect?” He recently called this a “correct tweet.”

Interestingly, the 'way-back-when' tool also tells you about the days when Hillary Clinton used to work at the Children’s Defense Fund travelling door-to-door collecting stories about why so many disabled children are not attending school. Meanwhile, Trump was being sued by the Justice Department for housing discrimination after he refused to rent apartment units "because of race and color".

On Clinton's Celebrity Apprentice comment in the third and final US presidential debate which began on Wednesday, Trump said, "Well, I think I did a much better job. I built a massive company, a great company, some of the greatest assets anywhere in the world worth many, many billions of dollars. I started with a $1 million loan. I agree with that. It's a $1 million loan. But I built a phenomenal company. And if we could run our country the way I've run my company, we would have a country that you would be so proud of, you would even be proud of it."

In another 1980 shuffle, the tool mentions that while Hillary was writing her own maternity policy after giving birth to her daughter, Chelsea, Trump was probably contemplating that he won’t ever run for office because public service is a "very mean life."


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Updated Date: Oct 25, 2016 10:55:17 IST

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