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Hillary Clinton calls Trump a ‘bully,’ compares him to Regina George in new campaign

Hillary Clinton calls Trump a ‘bully,’ compares him to Regina George in new campaign

In Hillary Clinton’s latest move to call out Donald Trump for what he really is, she employs famous bullies from past iconic films to show how alike they and Trump actually are.

Well, it’s no secret that Trump has bullied fellow Republican politicians by calling them names throughout his presidential campaign.

In his career as a businessman-turned-reality-star, he has done the same to so many as well.

Recent reports are also exposing Trump of allegedly sexually assaulting women and getting away with it because he’s a powerful public figure with a lot of money and connections.

In a new ad by the Clinton campaign, different bullies from iconic movies are used to compare to Trump: Biff Tannen from the Back to the Future series, Mick from 1985’s Teen Wolf, and even Regina George from Mean Girls.

Other characters include Scut Farkus from 1983’s A Christmas Story, Nurse Ratched from 1975’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and Johnny Lawrence from 1984’s Karate Kid.

The one-minute ad features lines spoken by the characters and puts them side by side with the derogatory comments that came out from Trump.

According to CNN, the ad will run in Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, and Pennsylvania as part of the Clinton campaign’s already existing swing state ad buy.

The ad closes with Clinton answering a question about bullying from a 10-year old girl named Hannah Tandy at a Keota, Iowa town hall meeting back in December 2015.

‘What are you going to do about people who want to be mean and all that bullying?’ Tandy asks, adding that she often hears people ‘talking behind my back’ because she has asthma.

Clinton tells Tandy that she is really brave for speaking up.

‘I really do think we need more love and kindness in our country,’ Clinton says. ‘That’s why it’s important to stand up to bullies wherever they are, and why we shouldn’t let anybody bully his way into the presidency.’