Hillary Clinton Campaign Offers Supporters A Literal ‘Woman Card’

The Hillary Clinton campaign wasn’t going to let an opportunity to fundraise off of Donald Trump’s latest jab at her just pass it by.

Supporters of the former secretary of state’s campaign received an email offering them a literal “woman card,” a reference to Trump’s comments Tuesday — that he has since repeated — that Clinton was relying on the figurative “woman card.”

“Chip in and we’ll send you your very own Official Hillary Clinton for America Woman Card,” the email said.

The “woman card” resembles a New York City subway card (a card which posed Clinton some problems last month) and includes Clinton’s initial response to the Trump remark: “Deal me in.”

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