Carly Fiorina is hawking anti-Hillary Clinton dish rags on Facebook.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO who made a failed bid for the Republican presidential nomination this year is offering the white cloth towels for $9 apiece and includes a link to buy them.
"When Hillary was first accused of wiping her secret email server, she played dumb — and asked, 'Like with a cloth or something?'" Fiorina writes in her sales pitch.
"Hillary accepts the Democratic nomination officially this week — and we must make sure the American people know exactly how dangerous a Hillary Clinton White House would be." And that's where the dish towel fits in, Fiorina explains.
"Now, when you're washing your car, doing the dishes, hiding emails from the FBI, or just cleaning up an 'extremely careless' mess, you can show everyone that you remember all of Hillary's lies — and that you're doing all you can to stop her from winning the Oval Office.''
Fiorina ends her plug by urging: "Order your own server-wiping cloth now for just $9 ... Get yours now!"
The cloth features in blue letters Clinton's quote, "'Like with a cloth or something?" and her logo of an "H" with an right-pointing arrow drawn through it.
It appears Fiorina is selling the towels to help pay her campaign debts.
The offer links to CarlyForAmerica.com,
which states: "Contributions to Carly for America are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes."
On the ordering page, Fiorina also asks supporters if they'd like to make an "additional contribution" to "help us keep exposing the truth about Hillary."
Fiorina has been involved in wacky political stunts in the past.
In a bizarre two-minute video released last December,
Fiorina is seen holding two puppies close to her face and informing them, "Ya know, President Obama ate one of your cousins."
It was a reference to the commander in chief's confession that he had eaten dog meat as a young boy in Indonesia.
In the same video, Fiorina also confesses to having eaten dog biscuits as a child and jokingly complains she's been compared to Cruella de Vil, the infamous Disney villainess who kidnaps Dalmatian puppies for their fur.
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