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you can bet she's going to vote this november. >> from venezuela, winner of trump's miss universe contest in 1996. with all the stressors after the event she says she gained about 20 pounds. trump claimed it was at least 40. she says trump publicly shamed him. clinton campaign had an ad ready to hit trump. this summer machado spoke of the names trump called her which hillary clinton mentioned. machado claims that not long after the pageant trump pressed her into working out in front of a bunch a reporters. felt like lab rat. >> she'll go back and forth. it's called active rest.
19 when she won the title representing venezuela and told inside edition that trump called her an eating machine. today trump said it was a real problem after gaining significant weight after winning the crown calling her the worst we ever had and the worst, absolute worst. this afternoon machado said that she wants to help clinton in the election and said that i am here for her. trump said clinton lacks the stamina to become president. >> donald trump is in florida. here is a look at what is next
can bet she's going to vote this november. >> after she won the miss universe contest for venezuela in 1996 she gained some weight and back then trump confessed to encouraging her to lose the weight. but even mochado said trump went further than miss piggy. this morning donald trump was on fox news doing an interview and he seemed to double down saying that the weight gain and her attitude were big problems. mocado, not surprisingly, is voting for clint. >> scott, the numbers are in now. exablghtly how many people watched the debate? did it match up with the expectations? >> well, they're still doing the final tally but so far they seem to be more than 80 million people tuned in to the 12 including pbs and c-span or the
." alicia machado won the miss universe pageant as miss venezuela in 1996. she gained weight... and says trump's comments led her to depression and an eating disorder. she has since become a u-s citizen and tweeted after the debate that she's ready to vote for hillary clinton. and she wasn't the only woman referenced last night. (donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "hillary is hitting me with tremendous commercials. some of it said in entertainment, some of it said.. somebody who has been very vicious to me rosie o'donnell, i said very tough things to her and i think everybody would agree that she deserves it and nobody feels sorry for her." rosie o'donnell did not keep silent on twitter. one of her responses... said simply... "he will never be it is national voter registration day. and for those who have put off registering or updating your information... this process only takes a few minutes! these are the deadlines you need to know for nevada. you can register in person and online up to october 18th... but if you are
going to vote this november. >> okay. >> jennifer: alicia machado, from venezuela, winner of miss universe in 1996. with the added stress after the event, machado claimed she trump says it was at least 40. that's when she says trump publicly shamed her. >> he tried to destroy my self-esteem, and now i'm a voice in the latina community. >> jennifer: machado suffered from anorexia and bulimia for five years. on fox news trump defended his treatment of machado: >> she was the worst we ever had. the worst, the absolutely worst. she was impossible. she was a winner. she gained a massive amount of weight. it was a real problem. >> jennifer: both candidates gearing up for the second debate less than two weeks away. >> what we hear from my opponent is dangerously incoherent.
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