Former President Bill Clinton has been killing it recently.
On Friday, Bill Clinton used Melania Trump’s recent campaign speech about cyber bullying to mock Donald Trump, suggesting her advocacy is ironic considering her husband’s long history of antagonizing people on Twitter.
While campaigning in Pueblo, Colorado for Hillary, Bill Clinton said, “I never felt so bad for anybody in my life as I did for his wife going out giving a speech saying ‘Oh, cyber bullying was a terrible thing.”
Clinton laughed, “I thought, ‘Yeah, especially if it’s done at three o’clock in the morning against a former Miss Universe by a guy running for president!’”
Melania Trump delivered her speech warning against the harms of cyber bullying on Thursday in the suburbs of Philadelphia. It was her first high-profile address on the campaign trail since her appearance at the Republican National Convention in July. Her speech there initially garnered a positive reaction, but it spurred a media firestorm when reports surfaced that parts of it had been plagiarized from a 2008 speech by Michelle Obama.
“None of this is real. You couldn’t make it up,” Clinton added on Friday. “The problem is we’re laughing, but it isn’t funny because people’s lives are going to be changed by this.”