WATCH: Bill Clinton Smacks Down Trump Troll At Florida Campaign Event

Not only is Donald Trump a loudmouthed boor, but so are the jerkweek minions who slavishly support him, as was evidenced at a campaign event for Hillary Clinton in Florida on Monday.

Speaking on behalf of his wife, former President Bill Clinton was making the case that the former Secretary of State was by far the most qualified person to occupy the Oval Office when a Trumpite in the audience began running his mouth, forgetting that he was dealing with one of the greatest comeback artists to ever be elected President.

The Trump acolyte began by shouting that Clinton “took his money,” referencing that the Clinton Global Initiative had taken contributions from Trump in the past. Clinton shot back with this laser beam response:

“I certainly did. I took his money for my foundation and used it better than he’s using it now.”

The Trump supporter, self-satisfied smile on his face, then began to wave his Trump sign around for everyone to see it, which prompted Clinton to remark:

“I remember when he (Trump) called me to say how terrible the Republicans had been to Hillary and me and how unfair they were and what a brilliant job Hillary did as a senator. By the way, a lot of them called me about that, which is why they spent the last three years trying to tear her down because they know if they nominate her they are going to have to eat the words they said.”

At that point, security arrived and removed the Trump bootlicker from the rally, but the former President had one more comment for him:

“If you want to build a wall along the Rio Grande and spend $13 million, then you should follow him like Moses into the Promised Land.”

So if you show up at a Clinton campaign event and think it would be a good idea to take on the former President, you might want reconsider, because he is more than up to the task.

Watch the Confrontation For Yourself:

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