Published October 19, 2016
Fed up with the mainstream media, Donald Trump’s campaign launched its own political talk show in a pre-debate Facebook Live event featuring the former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer and a video message from the Republican nominee’s daughter Ivanka, who urged supporters to contribute to the campaign.
Brewer stressed the importance of immigration reform and securing the borders. She also called Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton a “criminal.”
“I’ve known her for 30 years and she doesn’t ever tell the truth, pay to play and emails that were putting our security into danger is outrageous and criminal,” the former Republican governor said.
The event was billed as an alternative to “biased, mainstream media reporting (otherwise known as Crooked Hillary’s super PAC)” and began 30 minutes before the debate.
Earlier Wednesday, Ivanka Trump said her father would honor the results of the election if they show that he lost the presidential race and that he will “always do the right thing.”
She was speaking at Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women Summit.
Wednesday is the third and final matchup between Trump and Clinton before Election Day.