15 Ugly Pictures Of Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump
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15 Ugly Pictures Of Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump

Not necessarily the most photogenic duo of all time

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15 Ugly Pictures Of Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump
cnbc.com

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, like many of us, aren't always the most photogenic individuals. Here are literally 15 of the ugliest pictures of The Overcooked Sweet Potato In A Toupee and The Scarecrow Lady With Email Issues.

#1

Lovely, Madame Secretary.

#2

My favorite ugly picture of a politician ever.

#3

She's "picking" her next pantsuit.

#4

His hair literally has wings.

#5

Oh dear Lord in heaven...

#6

When someone farts a super stinky fart.

#7

She looks like she's Snapchatting her BFF with whom she has a 145-day streak and doesn't care about looking cute.

#8

He's gonna blow away!

#9

This is the terrifying face of a woman who will eat your children.

#10

And this is the face of a man who said that he would date his own daughter.

#11

An ugly #TBT

#12

Derp.

#13

Oh my actual God. She will eat anyone who angers her!

#14

He looks like he's trying to do an impersonation of a horse.

#15

This is absolutely horrifying and you can now never un-see this. The 45th President of the United States of America: Hillary Trump

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