On Sunday, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus stated that voters do not care about reports about Donald Trump’s treatment of women.
According to Priebus, voters are not bothered by the disrespect, shown by the party’s presumptive presidential nominee, towards women.
He believes that people aren’t affected by the fact that Donald Trump made unwarranted advances toward women in the workplace.
The New York Times published an investigative report on Saturday. The report included several interviews with women and men who worked with the Republican frontrunner over decades.
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These interviews contains in detail, crude statements made by the real estate mogul about the “female form, disturbing workplace conduct and more,” says The Huffington Post.
According to Priebus, all these stories come out every couple of weeks, and when they do come out “people just don’t care.”
Priebus said that when he was being questioned about the investigative report in an interview.
“I think people look at Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and say, ‘Who’s going to bring an earthquake to D.C.?’” he said.
The anchor of the interview got shocked at the “people just don’t care” statement.
Priebus said that given candidate’s rise, he’s not sure whether the whole mistreatment of women deal would impact the candidate one way or another.
The Gallup tracking says that 70 percent of women had an unfavorable opinion of Trump as of March. In the same poll it was also noted that 58 percent of men posses critical views of the business mogul.
Priebus was also asked how Republicans would be able to make female voters agree to back Trump given his history of misogynist comments.
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He replied by saying that each individual will have to judge Trump on the basis of the answers he gives about his past.
Surprisingly, he quickly changed the focus on Clinton, while the above question was asked.
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“But also look at what’s at stake in this country and whether or not Hillary Clinton represents someone that’s going to bring the needed change,” Priebus said when he was pressed on Trump’s character.