Democrats and Republicans have found a new messaging battlefield: wi-fi passwords.

It all started with the most recent Republican presidential primary debate in Milwaukee. The Republican National Committee trolled reporters - and Hillary Clinton's campaign - by making the wi-fi password in the media filing center "StopHillary." Images of the password (see below) went viral and prompted plenty of jokes on the right.

Wi-fi password by the Republican National

Now Democrats are trying to beat Republicans at their own game. At Saturday night's Democratic primary debate in Des Moines, the Democratic National Committee created a network for reporters called "13MillionNewJobs," an allusion to the economic recovery since the beginning of the Obama administration. And as for the password? The DNC didn't make one. "The Democratic Party is the party of inclusion and we believe in expanding access and economic opportunity for all," the party explained.

The next debate will bring Republicans together in Nevada on Dec. 15.We'll keep you posted on whether the trolling continues.




Pre-Election Wi-Fi Wars обновлено: Декабрь 1, 2015 автором: Анна Старкова


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