Trump Used A Star Of David To Accuse Clinton Of Being Corrupt

Tamerra Griffin
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a news conference, at his Turnberry golf course, in Turnberry, Scotland, Britain June 24, 2016.
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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.

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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.

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