Republican frontrunner Donald Trump personally attacked Hillary Clinton blaming her for demeaning women involved in her husband’s past infidelity.
The real estate mogul, on Saturday, cited Bill Clinton’s impeachment. He supported this citation by increasing his attacks on lady Clinton over the family’s treatment of women.
“She would go after these women and destroy their lives,” he said at a rally in Eugene, Oregon.
He added that the former first lady was an unbelievably, dirty, mean enabler. According to him what she did to a lot of those women is unacceptable.
He also said that she’s married to a man who got impeached for telling lies. The Republican nominee believes that the former president was impeached and had to go through a really big process, which wasn’t easy.
“He was impeached for lying about what happened with a woman,” he said.
Former President Bill Clinton’s sexual history had remained unspoken and out of the campaign trail’s parameters until December.
It was during December, when he named Clinton’s affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky as “fair game” in the contest.
The issue entirely has remained out of the race since December. While Ted Cruz and John Kasich both closed their campaigns this week, the Republican candidate is concentrating on the November general election.
He likely will be on the battleground up against Hillary Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, in the November general election, says CNN.
Trump is continuously confronting his own high negative ratings among women, with 64% of American women holds a negative impression of him.
However, it can be understood that all of these citings are nothing but a pre-emptive effort to immunise himself. He wants to protect himself against potential television advertisements that would showcase his most scandalous remarks.
Accordingly, he has mentioned that he never raises his voice while speaking to women. He is sure that Clinton would have “zero chance of winning” without playing the “woman’s card.”
The democratic nominee said that the other day, Trump accused her of playing the “woman card,” says Newsweek.
“Well, if fighting for women’s health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal me in,” Clinton said.