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Katrina Pierson On Trump's Sex Allegations: 'What About The North Carolina Hurricane?'

Trump's Natl spokesperson shamelessly tried to deflect attention away from Trump's sex allegations by using a natural disaster to change the subject.
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Donald Trump's National Spokesperson Katrina Pierson, told Fox News' Megyn Kelly that the media is so obsessed with Donald Trump, nobody remembers North Carolina's natural disaster! She said, "Remember that hurricane came through? Twenty three people died!"

In an awful moment of tragic pandering, Pierson made herself and the Trump campaign look like they are using the Hurricane Matthew as a photo-op to shift the focus off of Donald's burgeoning sex allegations.

How truly pathetic.

As the segment continued, Kelly got tired of Katrina's defenses and asked, "Why don't you take him at his word when he said he does do this?"

Pierson replied that it was just guys being guys and said, "Doing what guys do in a machismo way, whether you like it not, that's how it happened."

Yes, she was there and knows for sure.

Kelly replied, "The fact that he was having a private conversation leads many to believe what he said was true. This is guy to guy and "I can't control myself."

Katrina said, "Two guys talking about girls, one upping each other. It's not like they were sitting there plotting..."

Maybe Katrina didn't watch the whole tape because what they did to that soap actress after they got off the bus was disgraceful as well.

Pierson then followed up by promoting their Trump-Pence Women’s Empowerment Tour since Donald's poll numbers are so bad with women.

Katrina said, "Tonight I'm here North Carolina. Remember that hurricane came through? Twenty three people died!"

She continued, "The Trump women's tour has left the campaign this week because people are hungry here. We have a problem in the United States and our countrymen don't even know that the people of North Carolina need help because they're [the media] are so focused on what Hillary Clinton wants to allege about Donald Trump."

Yes, Hillary made the People writer come forward in a nefarious plot. Just like those bankers!

I'm speechless.

What an awful person.


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