Donald Trump responded to Hillary Clinton’s attacks about how he speaks to women suggesting that she should “take a look” at how Bill Clinton talks to women, a direct reference to his philandering.
Appearing on ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday, Trump warned that Clinton should not attack him on women’s issues arguing that she is “going to get hit for it because it’s not appropriate” for her to do.
Regarding his probable general election match up, Trump said, “I watch Hillary Clinton like she’s a baby. I mean just look what happens with her family. I watch Hillary Clinton, like, ‘Oh the way he talks to women. The way he talks to women.’ Well, take a look at her husband and what do you think, he talks to women?”
According to the Starr Report, Monica Lewinsky testified that Bill Clinton told her that “he had hundreds of affairs” before he turned 40.
Also in Trump’s interview, he re-upped his woman-card attack on Clinton, saying, “So when I watch [Hillary Clinton], she’s playing the woman’s card so much and so loud. And frankly, I think it’s her only chance of getting elected.”
Trump also brushed off criticism about some of the comments he has made regarding women, suggesting, “Some of the stuff is said as, you know, an entertainer because I have ‘The Apprentice.’ Some was said in fun with certain shows like ‘Howard Stern’ who is a friend of mine.”
Stephanopoulos asked Trump, “So you’re not worried about the tapes of that coming back?” (During an interview with Howard Stern in 1997, Stern asked Trump if he had ever had an STD and Trump joked, “I’ve been so lucky in terms of that whole world. It is a dangerous world out there — it’s scary, like Vietnam. Sort of like the Vietnam era. It is my personal Vietnam. I feel like a great and very brave solider.”)
Regarding the possibility of more interviews resurfacing, Trump said, “It comes back… I mean, look what am I going to do. Everyone else things it. You know these politicians, I watch the politicians. What they say behind the scenes makes whatever I said jokingly to Howard and other people like baby stuff. What they tell me behind the scenes, talking about everything is far worse than anything you’ve seen or you ever will see about me. And they act like, ‘Oh, that’s so terrible, that’s so terrible.’ I mean, you know what it’s called, ‘Give me a break.’”
Via The Daily Caller