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Donald Trump tweeted—then deleted—an image Saturday morning that accused Hillary Clinton of being the "most corrupt candidate ever" by showing her face over a pile of money and next to the Star of David.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee wrote "Crooked Hillary—Makes History!" above the image.
Beneath the image were part of the results from a Fox News poll on June 29 that reported 58 percent of respondents described Clinton as corrupt.
The image immediately ignited a firestorm of angry responses.
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A short time later, Trump resent the tweet with the Star of David modified to a circle.