North Carolina Republican Party Executive Director Dallas Woodhouse on MSNBC Nov. 3, 2016 suggested Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, “if elected, could have these on inauguration day,” referring to a set of handcuffs.
North Carolina Republican Party Executive Director Dallas Woodhouse on MSNBC Nov. 3, 2016 suggested Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, “if elected, could have these on inauguration day,” referring to a set of handcuffs. MSNBC
North Carolina Republican Party Executive Director Dallas Woodhouse on MSNBC Nov. 3, 2016 suggested Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, “if elected, could have these on inauguration day,” referring to a set of handcuffs. MSNBC

NC Republican leader suggests handcuffs as Clinton ‘inauguration jewelry’

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