First Lady Michelle Obama delivered a passionate speech on behalf of the Hillary Clinton campaign Thursday in Manchester, New Hampshire, focusing pointed criticisms against Donald Trump's comments about women.
"The measure of any society is how it treats its women and girls," the first lady said.
Referring to Trump's recently publicized comments in which he bragged about assaulting women, she continued: "This is disgraceful. This is intolerable.
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Donald Trump's actions are indeed evil and they are not who we are as Americans I ask all Americans to remember that everyday of their life and to Get Out And Vote On Tuesday Nov-8-2016.
Vote For America. For Our Future And For A Greater,
Stronger America, Vote For Hillary Clinton and have everyone you know as well as new people that you meet also Vote For America.
Vote For Hillary Clinton.
And it doesn’t matter what party you belong to. No woman deserves to be treated this way.
"This isn’t about politics, this is about basic human decency," she said.
At times during the speech, her voice became raw and emotional, particularly when she talked about the impact electing Trump would have on young girls and boys.
"Consider this: If all of this is painful to us as grown women, what do you think this is doing to our children?"
She continued by declaring that if the voters elect Trump, "We won’t just be setting a bad example for our kids, but for the entire world.”
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