By RUTH MARGALIT The Israeli minister of culture and sports wants nothing less than an overthrow of the nation’s elite. Published: October 20, 2016 at 05:30AM from NYT Magazine http://ift.tt/2eaw3yu
Someone turned Trump’s ‘nasty woman’ line into a way to help Hillary Clinton
Nasty women get sh*t done — the internet said so.
After the final presidential debate, Twitter user @thecultureofme confessed to buying the world’s most delightful domain name, NastyWomenGetShitDone.com, then configuring the page to redirect to Hillary Clinton’s official website.
This came after Donald Trump called Clinton a “nasty woman” onstage while she discussed taxes — a quip the internet did not necessarily appreciate.
a viral tweet about a site i registered tonight is hilarious. what’s not hilarious is if you don’t vote on november 8th.
— an actual ghost tbh (@thecultureofme) October 20, 2016
There were rumors the Clinton campaign snatched up the domain for itself, but Clinton spokesperson Tyrone Gayle…
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