Donald Trump is a proven jobs creator.
Well, at the very least, someone now has a gig printing anti-Trump pins after his “nasty woman” comment at today’s third and final Presidential Debate.
ICYMI, before the Republican nominee freaked us all the hell out with his noncommittal take on a peaceful concession, Trump said that his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton is “such a nasty woman.”
Calling Hillary Clinton a ‘nasty woman’ is the opposite of respect pic.twitter.com/o2ORtLo59m
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) October 20, 2016
It turned out to be one of the most significant portions of the debate, and supporters of Clinton’s campaign – and even people who simply are fed up of wearing demeaning labels for the crime of having opinions – co-opted the saying for their own ends.
— A$A Soltan Rahmati (@AsaSoltan) October 20, 2016
— Nasty Woman Radida (@RadidaG) October 20, 2016
— Alanna Vagianos (@lannadelgrey) October 20, 2016
Now, only a few hours after those words dribbled off Trump’s lips, the saying has found its way onto merchandise. I’m With Nasty is apparently your one-stop-shop for gear bearing what may just be the anti-“grab ’em by the pussy” of this utterly horrific election cycle.
Look, bold prediction, but we reckon that hat in particular is gonna do numbers.
The site claims 50% of all profits will be donated to Clinton’s campaign, which doesn’t exactly come as a surprise: it seems unlikely such a set-up could emerge so quickly without some kind of backing from her well-oiled political machine.
Here’s what Clinton actually had to say on the matter:
Hillary Clinton, asked how she felt being called a nasty woman, says, “I just didn’t pay any attention to that.” https://t.co/ZLADq3tNaY
— CNN (@CNN) October 20, 2016
If the merch picks up in the way we reckon it will, we doubt she’ll have to say much else at all.
Source: I’m With Nasty.
Photo: Drew Angerer / Getty.