Peter Schweizer, author of Clinton Cash – the book turned documentary that made its debut on Breitbart – will be hosting an “Ask Me Anything” interview at Reddit’s Donald Trump community /r/The_Donald. Anyone signed up to the site will be able to ask the author questions.
The AMA is set to take place tonight at 8PM EST. This provides Reddit users with a great opportunity to ask Mr. Schweizer questions about his book, that exposes much of the corruption surrounding the Clinton family.
For those who haven’t used Reddit before, you can register a new account here, then simply follow this link to /r/The_Donald where you will be able to see Peter Schweizer’s AMA thread at the top of the page, once it is posted this evening.
The documentary adaptation of Schweizer’s Clinton Cash, which debuted here on Breitbart, surpassed 500’000 views in just 48 hours. On YouTube, Breitbart’s official upload of the video has attracted 377,455 views so far, while a pirated upload of the film has attracted 437,133 views. That amounts to a total of 814,599 views across the two most successful YouTube uploads.
More than 283,000 Bernie Sanders supporters promoted the film across social media, catapulting it to the top of the Facebook Trending Topic list on Sunday.
Following the massive popularity of the film, Breitbart has decided to make the film free to watch forever, at this link.
/r/The_Donald’s users have ardently supported Donald Trump in his presidential campaign since he first began running in the primary elections and have grown into a significantly large Reddit community boasting more than 184,100 subscribers.
The community, while actively working to support Trump and further his campaign, have also been vigilant in pointing out censorship of free speech on the Reddit platform. Following Bernie Sanders’ endorsement of Hillary Clinton and further call for his supporters to vote for her despite DNC leaks proving that the party actively worked against him, /r/The_Donald users have welcomed former Sanders supporters with open arms and pushed for them to join the Trump community in an effort to stop Hillary Clinton.
This isn’t the first time a well known name has made an appearance in /r/The_Donald and it won’t be the last. The community is about to score its biggest name yet, with Donald Trump himself hosting an AMA interview on the website the day after Schweizer’s appearance.
Lucas Nolan is a Journalism and Media student at Dublin Business School and a regular contributor to Breitbart Tech. He can be contacted via Twitter here: @LucasNolan_