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Trump’s Secret Weapon Against Hillary: Bill Clinton

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A few days ago, Donald Trump had a warning for Hillary: Don’t play the sexism card.

This as Hillary was ramping up her nonsense rhetoric over Trump’s use of the word “schlonged,” which turned out to be not sexist at all.

Well, Hillary didn’t heed that advice and now Donald has revealed what exactly it was he warned her about: Bill Clinton.

On Sunday’s “Fox & Friends,” Trump said it was now “fair game” to bring up Bill Clinton’s serial sexual abuse and mistreatment of women, Breitbart is reporting.

“I think he’s fair game because his presidency was considered to be troubled, to put it mildly, Because of all the things she’s mentioning to me,” he said. “She actually said sexism, I don’t know if you saw the following tweet, but I turned her words against her from that standpoint. She’s got to be careful and fair. We all have to fight fairly and we have to fight for the good of the country, for the good of the people, for the good of everybody. But we have to fight fairly. And she’s playing the woman’s card. It’s like, give me a break. I have had so many women come up to me, saying, ‘you have to keep her out.’ She’s just terrible. She’s playing the woman’s card left and right. And women are more upset about it than anybody else, including most men.

He added, “The pension for sexism was exactly her words and I just turned them and thought it was fine. Yeah, I think that Bill Clinton was, you know, turned out to be a liability against Obama when they ran against each other in ’08. He was absolutely, you know, you look at the whole campaign, it was a mess. He said things that were very, very problematic and troublesome. So, you know, certainly Bill Clinton is not going to be the end-all in the campaign. He’ll come under attack, not just from me, but he’ll come under attack from many other people.”

The Clinton campaign recently announced they were going to bring Bill Clinton out to campaign for Hillary, which will undoubtedly bring up not-so-fond memories of his shameful behavior while president.

Robert Gehl

About Robert Gehl

Robert Gehl is a college professor in Phoenix, Arizona. He has over 15 years journalism experience, including two Associated Press awards. He lives in Glendale with his wife and two young children.

 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.


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