How one Penn staffer’s tweetstorm against Donald Trump went viral

The Daily Pennsylvanian
October 12th, 2016

Kelly Writers House Assistant Director for Development Arielle Brousse never expected that she would become a spokesperson against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

On Sept. 26, after the first presidential debate, Brousse fired off 14 tweets about her family's experience in Atlantic City, N.J., during Trump's construction boom there.

“Donald Trump's systematic monopolization of trade, mismanagement of funds, and destruction of community is personal to me," she tweeted.

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