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Alicia Machado says Trump’s attacks “Disgusting” over her “Sex tape.”


Donald Trump kept on heightening his assaults on former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, endeavoring to ruin her in a series of early morning tweets that asked supporters to “check out [her] sex tape and the past.”

“Using Alicia M in the debate as a paragon of virtue just shows that Crooked Hillary suffers from BAD JUDGEMENT! Hillary was set up by a con,” Mr. Trump tweeted early Friday morning.

The early morning tweets by Mr. Trump — sent before 6 a.m. ET — Mark a heightening in his fight with Ms. Machado, a former beauty queen from Venezuela who says Mr. Trump offended her over her weight and didn’t pay her what she was owed. She is currently a Hillary Clinton supporter.

In his tweets Friday, Mr. Trump went ahead to recommend that Mrs. Clinton helped Ms. Machado acquire U.S. citizenship with the goal that she could better utilize her story in the debate, and said Ms. Machado made a sex film in a further endeavor to ruin her. Mr. Trump offered no confirmation that Mrs. Clinton helped Ms. Machado in getting her citizenship.

He tweeted: “Did Crooked Hillary help to disgust (check out a sex tape and past) Alicia M become a U.S. citizen so she could use her in the debate?”

According to Snopes, Ms. Machado showed up on a reality show and was commenced for purportedly engaging in sexual relations with another cast member, which was caught in dark, grainy video. Be that as it may, there are no porn videos with Ms. Machado, and videos supposedly “featuring” Ms. Machado highlight a different lady, as indicated by Snopes.

In an Instagram post, Ms. Machado reacted by saying that Mr. Trump and his group “are again generating attacks, insults and trying to revive slanders and false accusations about my life” with an end goal to scare and mortify her. She said allegations in regards to her past were “slander” and “lies.” She said she turned into a U.S. native since her daughter was born in America and “because I wanted to exercise my rights, including voting.”

Mrs. Clinton issued her tweets from her account late Friday morning. “This is…unhinged, even for Trump,” her official account tweeted. “What kind of man stays up all night to smear a woman with lies and conspiracy theories?”

She included: “When something gets under Donald’s thin skin, he lashes out and can’t let go. This is dangerous for a president.”

Clinton campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri denied that Mrs. Clinton had any association in getting citizenship for Ms. Machado.

Mr. Trump has been overwhelmed by individual fights a few times over the previous year, frequently to the disservice of his campaign. Prior this year, Mr. Trump denounced Gonzalo Curiel, federal judge born in Indiana, of predisposition in a fraud trial concerning one of Mr. Trump’s companies, because of the judge’s Mexican legacy. He additionally quarreled with Khizr Khan and Ghazala Khan, Muslim-Americans whose child, a U.S. Armey Captain, died in Iraq.

Mr. Trump has been attempting to ruin Ms. Machado as far back as Mrs. Clinton raised her story during Monday night’s debate for instance of how her opponent has treated ladies. Mrs. Clinton rehashed phrases Ms. Machado said Mr. Trump had used to depict her after she won the Miss Universe title, including “Miss Piggy” and “Miss Housekeeping.”


CNN’s Anderson Cooper got some information about a story that he said Trump campaign surrogates were circling about Ms. Machado driving the getaway car from a murder scene in 1998 and undermining to murder the judge after her boyfriend was prosecuted. Ms. Machado was never charged which was broadly reported at the time.

Ms. Machado didn’t answer the inquiry straightforwardly.

“He can say whatever he wants to say,” Ms. Machado said. I don’t care. You know, I have my past, of course, everybody has the past. And I’m no saint girl. But that is not the point now. That moment in Venezuela was wrong, was another speculation about my life because I’m a famous person in my country because I’m an actress there and in Mexico, too. He can use whatever he wants to use. The point is that happened 20 years ago.”

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