Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) has never been one to mince his words. In a conference call with reporters on Thursday, Reid let loose on the Republican’s choice to run the country, telling reporters that Trump “raped and pillaged Atlantic City.”
“Nothing is embarrassing to him,” Reid said on the call as quoted by Business Insider. He went on to double down on his criticism of Trump’s mispronunciation of “Nevada” at a rally in Reno. “If Trump doesn’t know how to pronounce the name of our state, how would Nevadans expect him to look out for our state?”
Reid also called Trump a “fraud” who “thinks he’s above the requirement of being candid with the American people” for refusing to release his tax returns.
“He raped and pillaged Atlantic City,” Reid said, referring to Trump’s bankruptcy filings for his casino holdings in New Jersey. “Who knows what his tax returns would show?”