The Hillary Clinton campaign has found a way to capitalize on Donald Trump's penchant for tweeting.
The campaign recently unveiled a tool called Troll Trump that allows people to set up an automatic donation every time Trump takes to Twitter.
"Show Donald that his unhinged rhetoric comes at a cost," the Troll Trump web page says. "Sign up to donate to Hillary’s campaign every time Donald tweets!"
The feature was rolled out in a tweet:
Clinton's handle promoted the tool again on Thursday, perhaps clarifying – as Mashable notes – that a donation will be given not only for tweets deemed offensive, but for every single tweet The Donald sends out into the ether:
People can donate as little as 10 cents and as much as $100 per tweet.
So if Trump has any 3 a.m. Twitter rants about bad hombres up his sleeve, that could equal mucho dinero for Hillary.
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