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Scott Baio Not Sorry For Tweeting Horrible Hillary Clinton Picture

Were we expecting anything else from this guy?

As we discussed here this weekend, one of the members of Trump's "GOP D List Pageant in Cleveland," Scott "Chachi" Baio took to Twitter and thought that it would be humorous to pass this along:

Baio was asked about the Tweet by CNN's Dana Bash immediately following his godawful speech on the convention floor telling everyone how the orange skinned Trumpster Fire is going to "make America America again" -- whatever the hell that's supposed to mean -- and if anyone was expecting one ounce of remorse for the sexist Tweet, well, don't hold your breath.

Scott Baio Isn't Sorry He Tweeted That Meme Calling Hillary Clinton A C**t:

After Baio spoke at the Republican National Convention Monday night, CNN host Dana Bash asked him if he regretted the tweet. Baio showed no signs of walking it back.

"It's just a picture somebody sent and we sent it out," he told Bash. "You make of it what you want. I didn't have to put anything behind it. I just sent it out there, you know. You look at it any way you want."

He just sent it out. Don't blame him for passing along the sexist garbage. He's just the messenger. So nice to see from the supposed party of personal responsibility.

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