Hillary Clinton charged in Sunday's presidential debate that Donald Trump is responsible for an increase in bullying and fear in schools.
“Teachers and parents call it the ‘Trump effect,’” Clinton said. “Bullying is up. A lot of people are feeling uneasy, a lot of kids are expressing their concerns.”
Clinton’s accusation came in response to a question from an African-American voter who asked the candidates if they would be devoted leaders for the whole country.
Trump responded by reminding the audience of Clinton’s statement that about half of his supporters fall into a “basket of deplorables.” He then repeated a frequent message to black voters in cities: “What do you have to lose? It can’t get any worse.”