A cardboard cutout of President Donald Trump holding former opponent Hillary Clinton in a headlock stirred controversy online over the weekend after it was displayed in the Ada County Republicans’ booth at the Western Idaho Fair. Democrat Diana Lachiondo, who is running for Ada County Commissioner, posted a photo of the display calling it “juvenile and pretty un-classy.”
A cardboard cutout of President Donald Trump holding former opponent Hillary Clinton in a headlock stirred controversy online over the weekend after it was displayed in the Ada County Republicans’ booth at the Western Idaho Fair. Democrat Diana Lachiondo, who is running for Ada County Commissioner, posted a photo of the display calling it “juvenile and pretty un-classy.” Diana Lachiondo via Facebook
A cardboard cutout of President Donald Trump holding former opponent Hillary Clinton in a headlock stirred controversy online over the weekend after it was displayed in the Ada County Republicans’ booth at the Western Idaho Fair. Democrat Diana Lachiondo, who is running for Ada County Commissioner, posted a photo of the display calling it “juvenile and pretty un-classy.” Diana Lachiondo via Facebook

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August 26, 2018 04:54 PM