Donald Trump Just Publicly Humiliated Anthony Weiner On Facebook, And It’s Going Viral


Donald Trump, the leading 2016 Republican presidential candidate, has a lot to say about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her shady, unsecured private email server that likely housed thousands of State Department-related communications.

But when news broke that Huma Abedin, Clinton’s top aide and wife of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner, had access to Clinton’s private email communications, Trump couldn’t resist taking a public jab at Weiner on social media.

“It came out that Huma Abedin knows all about Hillary’s private illegal emails. Huma’s PR husband, Anthony Weiner, will tell the world,” Trump posted on his Facebook page.

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In a separate interview, Trump elaborated on his statements. “The person seeing her emails more than anybody else is Huma. And who’s Huma married to? The worst deviant in the United States of America,” he said.

Weiner, who fell from Democratic stardom after it was revealed that he’d sent lewd messages to various women, including an adult film actress, recently signed a six-figure contract advising a public relations firm that specializes in crises management.

Trump’s post insinuated that Weiner, who now works in the PR industry, probably had access and was aware of what his wife, Abedin, was privy to during her time working next to Clinton at the State Department.

This isn’t the first time Trump has publicly called out Weiner. At the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Trump said Weiner was a “sick pervert” and a “whack job.”

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