Trump Lets His Followers Know ‘Hillary Clinton Can’t Satisfy Her Husband’

Real estate mogul Donald Trump might want to check whatever reflex makes him compulsively retweet his supporters’ #Trump2016 messages.

The potential presidential hopeful on Thursday shared a fan’s tweet that read “If Hillary Clinton can’t satisfy her husband what makes her think she can satisfy America?”

Trump deleted the tweet, but not before actor Lenny Jacobson got a screenshot of it:

The deleted tweet was also archived on a Boston Glove live blog that tracked tweets from presidential hopefuls during a New Hampshire Republican Party leadership summit.

The tweet Trump quoted apparently originated with Sawyer Burmeister, a competitive equestrian who apologized for the “political joke” before deleting it:

This post has been updated.

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