The social media tool allows users to superimpose insults that the Republican presidential nominee, 70, has used toward different individuals over the years onto their Facebook profile pictures.
Examples include “Fat Pig!” (Trump referred to Rosie O’Donnell as a “fat pig” in 2009) and “Hater and Loser,” terms he has called many people over the years. One option even includes the words “Donald Trump doesn’t think I should be able to get married,” in reference to LGBT rights.
The Twitter account for Clinton, 68, introduced the app with a no-holds-barred tweet.
“‘Dummy.’ ‘Slob.’ ‘Animal,’” the message reads. “Here’s what @realDonaldTrump has said about you: trumpyourself.org #TrumpYourself.”
Twitter users were quick to react — both positively and negatively — to the app.
— Fräulein Rottenmeier (@Beware_Sarcasm) July 21, 2016
Hahahaha… Like I’m giving Hillary access to my Facebook profile…
— Todd (@toddlemieux) July 22, 2016
This is trashy! Hillary supporters & Trump supporters are tired of BS like this! We want to hear solutions!
— Mandi Merritt (@Merritt878) July 21, 2016
— Ebru (@ebroodle) July 21, 2016
Trump formally accepted his nomination as the Republican presidential candidate on Thursday, closing out a contentious four days that included a speech by his wife, Melania, that had parts that many have accused her of having plagiarized, and Ted Cruz defying the convention by refusing to endorse the business mogul.
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