Nearly exactly 24 hours after they met in a testy third-and-final presidential debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton again found themselves on the same stage - although this time, the insults they traded were supposed to be for laughs. - Hillary Clinton, jabbing Trump for his declaration during the debate Wednesday that he would not commit to accepting the results of the election.
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Trump's comment came in response to a dig from Clinton to the effect that the Republican nominee - who has bragged about his savviness in avoiding paying taxes - might also try to get out of chipping in toward the nation's pension and health insurance programs.
The boos got louder when Trump joked, "Here she is in public, pretending not to hate Catholics".
Clinton said after Trump's speech that she'll "enjoy listening to Mike Pence deny that you ever gave it". "I can relate to that". Women are supposed to be thin, polite, hot, and, most importantly, deferential to men in all aspects of life, if not outright subservient.
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"He's a classic high-school bully", Hunt-Ralston said. He leaned into his microphone and charged, "Such a nasty woman".
Referring to the presidential debates, she commented that she has now stood next to Trump "longer than any of his campaign managers".
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However, it wouldn't be an Al Smith Dinner without her going after her opponent, such as when she said: "There is nothing like sharing a stage with Donald Trump".
She called it a friendly dinner for a great cause.
Ralph, who is cast to play Madame Morrible in the Broadway production of Wicked, took to Instagram and Twitter to express her anger.
"No, I think sometimes a lady needs to be told when she's being nasty", he said. When women behave this way, Trump treats them with. well, sometimes he gropes them, allegedly. The Yale School of Environmental Studies published a guide on social media about what Clinton and Trump have said about energy and the environment to help voters judge for themselves.