Hillary goes HOARSE! Clinton shouts down heckler who calls Bill a 'rapist'

HILLARY CLINTON went hoarse as she attempted to drown out a heckler at her rally who called her a “criminal” and her husband a “rapist”.

A Donald Trump supporter crashed Mrs Clinton’s rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Tuesday with less than a week to go before America goes to the polls.

He held up a sign with the words “Bill Clinton is a rapist” scrawled on one side and “Hillary is a criminal” on the other.

Mrs Clinton evidently saw the angry Trump supporter as she told the crowd, while pointing at him: “I am sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive, dangerous vision and the anger of people who support Donald Trump.

“It is time for us to say no, we are not going backwards, we’re going forward into a brighter future.”

Protester holding up a sign at Hillary Clinton rallyAP
The protester held up a sign accusing Bill Clinton of being a rapist
Such was the ferocity of Mrs Clinton’s attempts to drown out the heckler her voice began to go hoarse.

While the protester and his sign were removed from the rally, supporters cheered and chanted Mrs Clinton’s name.

The former Secretary of State also took aim at Mr Trump’s business record, telling the crowd: “He took everything our great country has to offer, scooped it up with both hands and then paid nothing to support us.

“Then he has the nerve to call our military a disaster, to insult POWs when he has the nerve to call our military a disaster, to insult POWs when he hasn’t paid a penny to support the people who put on the uniform of the United States of America.”

Mrs Clinton and Mr Trump are now neck-and-neck in the latest tracking poll, released on Tuesday by ABC News and The Washington Post.

Mr Trump’s one point advantage is clearly within the poll’s three-point margin of error.

It is the first time Mr Trump has held any lead in the ABC polls since May – a huge boost following the sensational decision of the FBI to begin investigating Mrs Clinton’s emails.

Speaking at a rally in Wisconsin, Mr Trump said he had all the momentum going into Tuesday’s election.

It is time for us to say no, we are not going backwards, we’re going forward into a brighter futureHillary Clinton

An emboldened Mr Trump also urged Democrats who had already voted for Mrs Clinton to change their ballots – which they are able to do under state law.

He said: “She is likely to be under investigations for many years, probably concluding in a very large-scale criminal trial.

“A lot of stuff has come out since your vote. If you live here, or Michigan, Pennsylvania, or Minnesota, you change your vote to Donald Trump.”


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