A satire of the wildly popular “Pokèmon Go” mobile gaming app, Trump’s “Crookèd Hillary No” video shows Clinton being caught alongside his “Make America Great Again” slogan.

Once caught, stats featured next to the Crookèd Hillary creature reveal the Democratic candidate’s controversial background.

The Pokèmon type is listed as “Career Politician” while the number “30,000” is listed next to “Emails Deleted,” a description reads.

“Often found lying to the American people, rigging the system, and sharing TOP SECRET emails.”

According to the video, Crookèd Hillary’s next evolution – a term referring to a Pokèmon’s transformation into a stronger creature – will be “Unemployment.”

At the time of publishing, Clinton has yet to respond to the viral video.


Dems headed to Iowa town hall next week


The Iowa Democratic Party and Drake University are hosting the event, which will be moderated by anchor Chris Cuomo and available to network affiliates in the Hawkeye State, according to CNN.
Clinton and Sanders sparred in the fourth Democratic debate Sunday night. Clinton holds a 4-point edge over Sanders in the RealClearPolitics index of Iowa polls, but Sanders has appeared to be closing the gap on her.

.@MartinOMalley: “The people of America deserve to have a president that’s on their side


U.S. presidential candidates debate whether to accept Syrian refugees

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Clinton shares a laugh with Sanders at the conclusion of the second official 2016 U.S. Democratic presidential candidates debate in Des Moines

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush broke with rivals on Tuesday by saying he would support some Syrian refugees coming into the United States but stressed the screening must be tough to ensure no Islamic State militants enter the country.

The deaths of 129 people in Paris on Friday in attacks for which Islamic State claimed responsibility have given both Democratic and Republican candidates an opening to debate what steps to take against militants whose reach into Europe from Syria and Iraq is a direct challenge to Western leaders.
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Friday’s Paris attacks, which killed 129 people, have given candidates on both sides an opening to debate what steps to take against Islamic State militants whose reach into Europe from Syria and Iraq is a direct challenge to Western leaders.

But the crisis of Syrian refugees is testing American politicians, given the choice between yielding to fears of importing terrorists or honoring the traditional U.S. welcoming role. Candidates have debated all year what to do about 11 million illegal immigrants already in the United States.

Democratic Candidates Open to Syrian Refugees after Paris Attacks