On Friday, billionaire Mark Cuban introduced Hillary Clinton at a campaign rally in Pittsburgh, PA. Cuban told voters that they should use the acronym “TRUST” to convince undecided Pennsylvania voters to vote for Clinton.
“This is about trust. T-R-U-S-T, because we cannot trust that man,” Cuban said, referring to Donald Trump.
Interesting acronym for Cuban to use when you consider a recent ABC/ Washington Post poll showed that only 38 percent of voters found Clinton honest and trustworthy, while 46 percent of voters found Donald Trump honest and trustworthy.
Clinton’s dismal honest and trustworthy numbers are often attributed to allegations of pay-for-play between the Clinton Foundation and Clinton’s State Department.
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