Trump surrogate tries to use Beyoncé as a weapon against Hillary

During a panel on CNN, a Trump supporter tried to use Beyoncé against Hillary Clinton.

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During a panel on CNN, a Trump supporter tried to use Beyoncé against Hillary Clinton.

At the time, the discussion on the panel was centered on the recently leaked audio of a hot mic that caught Donald Trump making lewd comments about women, including one comment that he would “grab [women] by the p***y.”

In addressing the controversy, former Lt. Gov. of New York Betsy McCaughey trotted out, of all things, rap music.

“I don’t listen to rap music, I don’t like that kind of thing,” she said during the panel.

She then went on, “I mentioned rap music because it’s full of the f-word, the p-word, the b-word, the a-word.”

When countered with the fact that those rap artists who used language like that were not the ones running for President of the United States, she turned it around on Clinton, saying, “Hillary Clinton expresses that she finds the language on that bus ‘horrific’ but in fact, she likes language like this: quote, ‘I came to slay, b****. When he f me good, I take his a** to Red Lobster.'”

She then pointed out that Clinton said that she “idolizes” Beyoncé and “would like to imitate” her.