Men Flash Their Support for Hillary Clinton by Taking Off Their Shirts
During a rally in California Wednesday, the two men took off their shirts in the front row, making the former secretary of state chuckle.
Clinton told security they could stay, “as long as they don't try to take anything else off.” The crowd erupted in cheers.
The guys, Dan Stifler and John Nelson, both 32, and are supporting Clinton. On their chest, they wrote her “H” logo and “Hill is Perfect.”
Clinton said: “They are a bit distracting.”
Written on the men's chests: "Hill is perfect" and a giant "H" pic.twitter.com/kzq0DOAJwU— Liz Kreutz (@ABCLiz) May 25, 2016
After the rally, they even got a selfie with the candidate.
Clinton is also responding to the Inspector General's report that says she didn't comply with rules regarding her private email server when she was secretary of state.
The report said: “Notification is required when a user suspects compromise of, among other things, a personally owned device containing personally identifiable information.” The Inspector General added there was “no evidence” Clinton and her staff filed such reports.
The Clinton campaign is calling the Inspector General’s claims “old news.”
Clinton spokesperson, Brian Fallon tweeted: “GOP will attack HRC because she is running for President, but IG report makes clear her personal email use was not unique at State Dept.”