The difference between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, summed up by one simple grammar trick

Harriet Marsden@harriet1marsden
Saturday 15 October 2016 13:30
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Rebecca Piazza, a resident of Washington DC, has nailed the difference between US presidential election nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton - with grammar.

"To women: You can do anything" is attributed to Clinton, potentially the first female President of the United States in history.

"To women, you can do anything," beautifully sums up Trump's attitude to women, as seen by his recent slew of outrageous sexism and sexual assault-related scandals.

With more than 9,000 retweets and 18,000 likes, Twitter has shown its enthusiasm.

Pedantic grammar nerds of the world, unite. This woman is now your hero.

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