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Woman Throws Shoe at Hillary. Fashion Guru Freaks Out.


Last week Secretary of State and potential 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was speaking at an event in Las Vegas when a soccer cleat was thrown at her from the audience.

The woman who threw the shoe shouted something, and was quickly arrested by security guards. Tim Gunn, fashion icon and star of Project Runway, took to Twitter to argue that instead of security, the fashion police should’ve been called.

“@HillaryClinton: there were 2 things wrong with that day: that hideous blue pantsuit HC had on and the soccer cleat. a cleat? #bitchesbecray

Gunn continued the rant with follow-up tweets throughout the day.

“@ladywhothrewshoeathillary: what are you thinking throwing a soccer cleat? what is this, south america? who plays soccer here? #soccerplayersarecutethough

And again with the tweet below.

“@jimmychoo: can we hook this bitch up with some pointy-toed jewel pumps or a nice stiletto? i mean, do i have to dress everyone? #bitchesaintgonoclass

Gunn continued ranting about fashion, shoes, and just generally saying gay stuff. The story will be updated throughout the day.

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