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CLINTON AND TRUMP ON THE ATTACK DURING PLANNED PARENTHOOD SPEECHES...

Gina Giordan

DUELING PLANNED PARENTHOOD SPEECHES LEAVE TRUMP ON THE DEFENSE AND SEVERAL HOLLYWOOD HEAVIES IN HILL'S CORNER!

 Hillary Clinton speaking at Planned Parenthood Action Fund event. Photo by Associated Press.

Hillary Clinton speaking at Planned Parenthood Action Fund event. Photo by Associated Press.

Today, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump gave back-to-back speeches on women’s issues and religious freedom, respectively.  

Donald Trump addressed thousands at the 2016 Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference in Washington, D.C.  He had a more subdued speech than usual, until a group of protesters interrupted him and shouted things like, “No hate” and “Refugees are welcome here."  Trump let the protesters finish their official interruption and even smiled and said, "A little freedom of speech!"  Then he quickly stated, “These are professional agitators sent here by the other party.”  

Earlier in the day, Clinton supporters gathered in Washington, D.C. at "The Planned Parenthood Action Fund" event.  Clinton's speech went over without a hitch.  She took several jabs at Trump and at one point stated, that his plan for making America great again is code for, "Let's take America backward."  Clinton went on while the crowd erupted in cheers and applause, "When abortion was illegal, women had far fewer options and life for too many women and girls was limited.  Well, Donald, those days are over!”  

This Planned Parenthood speech comes just days after Hillary Clinton won the Democratic nomination in the 2016 Presidential race.  Clinton has since gained the support of several Hollywood A-listers and most recently, President Barack Obama.

 Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination.  Photo from @HillaryClinton Twitter account

Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination.  Photo from @HillaryClinton Twitter account

Just yesterday, Obama endorsed Clinton for President by posting a video that fully supported Clinton as the official 2016 Democratic Presidential candidate.  Obama stated, "I don't think there has ever been someone so qualified to hold this office."  Trump immediately blasted Obama and tweeted, “Obama just endorsed Crooked Hillary. He wants four more years of Obama—but nobody else does!”  Clinton did not back down from the insults, retorting with a tweet, “Delete your account. @DonaldTrump.”

Several Hollywood A-listers also took to Twitter to show their support for Clinton.

Pop star, Katy Perry, tweeted, “A lot of little girls are in bed right now dreaming for the first time, without limits.  You broke the mold @HillaryClinton.”

Actress, Eva Longoria, who has openly supported Hillary Clinton from the start of her campaign, tweeted “Congrats @HillaryClinton on becoming the first female nominee of any major party in the US! #HistoryMade #ImWithHer.”

Talk Show Host Ellen DeGeneres gave her two cents and tweeted, “I’ve never been prouder to have a woman card@HillaryClinton.” 

In addition to the tweets, music icon Barbara Streisand voiced her excitement for Clinton’s history-making nomination as well, stating, "I feel a tremendous rush of pride because this is a woman who is more than qualified to be president.  Isn't it interesting how a barrier seems insurmountable -- until it comes down? I hope girls across the country are thinking, 'That could be me.' And like I said after the first woman got a best director Academy Award, it's about time!"

Three-time Oscar-winning actress, Meryl Streep made it clear where her political loyalties lie at a “Shakespeare in the Park” event in Central Park on Monday night.  Streep donned a fake wig, fake tan and fat suit to portray Trump, drawing appreciative laughter from the audience. 

 Meryl Streep dresses as Donald Trump. Streep by Roy Rochlin,.  Trump by D. Dipasupil/Film Magic, both from Getty Images

Meryl Streep dresses as Donald Trump. Streep by Roy Rochlin,.  Trump by D. Dipasupil/Film Magic, both from Getty Images

THE WANNA would love to hear what you think.  

Did Trump protesters go too far?  Who would you choose to moderate the official Trump vs. Clinton debate?