Hillary Fires Back at Heckler Who Shouted 'Bill Clinton Is a Rapist' at Rally: 'I'm Sick and Tired'
On the same night, Trump encouraged early voters who went for Hillary to swap their decision to him.
Hillary Clinton shot back at a heckler in the crowd during a Florida rally who shouted that her husband, Bill, was a rapist Tuesday night.
“I am sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive, dangerous vision and the anger of people who support Donald Trump,” Clinton said as she pointed a finger at the protester.
The heckler began shouting: “Bill Clinton is a rapist” at the top of the Democratic presidential candidate’s 20-minute speech. The heckler also held a sign with the phrase written on it.
"We’re not going backwards, we’re going forward into a brighter future," Clinton said as the crowd began to chant “Hillary! Hillary! Hillary!”
Clinton’s security detail quickly removed the heckler from the audience.
On Tuesday evening, Donald Trump campaigned in Wisconsin and encouraged early voters who went for Clinton to switch their choice to him.
This is a message for any Democratic voters who have already cast their ballots for Hillary Clinton and are having a bad case of buyers' remorse — in other words, you want to change your vote. Wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot if you think you've made a mistake," Trump said. "We'll make America great again."
Early voters in Wisconsin can change their vote up to three times before the general election on November 8.
According to CNN, more than 24 million American citizens have already voted in 38 states prior to Election Day, thanks to early voting or via absentee ballot.
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