The shit fight and rat-fucking has begun, Trump gets his hands dirty on Hillary

This election in the US is going to be awesome. The donnybrooks are going to be filthy.

Last week Hillary Clinton attacked Donald Trump and he has hit back with a vicious and nasty attack.

Three days after emerging as the all-but-certain Republican nominee for president, Donald Trump launched a full-scale attack on Hillary Clinton over the way she handled her husband’s infidelity.

Trump, whose derogatory remarks about women have fuelled his deep unpopularity among female voters, told supporters in Eugene, Oregon, that nobody “maybe in the history of the country, politically, was worse than Bill Clinton with women.”

“He was a disaster,” Trump said. “I mean, there’s never been anybody like this, and she was a total enabler. She would go after these women and destroy their lives.  

“Have you ever read what Hillary Clinton did to the women that Bill Clinton had affairs with? And they’re going after me with women? Give me a break, folks.”

Trump’s comments underscored the volatility of his campaign against his presumed Democratic rival over the next six months, with the celebrity businessman unabashed about bursting through boundaries observed by traditional politicians. They also signalled he will try to force Clinton, and the nation, to relive the low points of her husband’s presidency and tumultuous campaigns.

Earlier in the primary season, Trump made similar remarks after Clinton criticised his attitude toward women. For weeks, he then took credit for muzzling the former first lady and her husband, suggesting his counterpunch was more than they could handle.

Clinton spokesman Jesse Ferguson did not respond to an email requesting comment.

It will be interesting to see how she responds to that. She is known for her dust-ups.

 

– Fairfax

 

 


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  • dumbshit

    Bill would be keeping a low profile, at the moment. Hillary’s sense of humour could be slightly compromised!

  • Macca

    Finally the American people will see the true Hillary compliments of Trump.

    As my dear old Mum used to say, ‘the truth will out’. I think the tables are about to start turning when the Yanks see that Clinton is really no better than what she is making Trump out to be – in fact, I think Trump will come out looking good.

  • Simon P

    I am sure that Trump has a lot more dirt than he is currently using. This is going to fun. Imagine if he has these woman on record tell how Hillary attacked them when she discovered the affairs.

  • KatB

    Some people must be naive, to say the least, if they really think Donald’s comments about women are anything more than banter to get a bite. You can see he’s one of those people that just likes to bait others for his amusement. Judging from what I’ve seen of his daughter and how she conducts herself with poise and confidence, I’d say she was raised by a father that loves and respects her greatly, not some misogynistic neanderthal. I’d say a different kind of guy to somebody who blatantly lies on public television about his White House cigar habit.

    • Crowgirl

      Trump has spoken often of how much he trusts and respects Ivanka’s opinion. She is a successful business woman and even on “The Apprentice” he would leave her in charge and look to her for advice. He is not a misogynist – I think he likes women (sometimes a little too much haha), but he is a little old-fashioned ie he likes women to behave like women. Some might say that’s chauvinistic, but I think that’s more of a widespread preference for both men and women than the SJWs on Twitter would have people believe.

      • Seriously?

        Ivanka may make a good president in years to come. She seems very switched on, sensible, and very likable.

        To the extent that Trump had a hand in her upbringing, he did do very well there.

      • Mark

        The way I put it is that just because I believe that the women in my life can do anything,or I would not have them around,that doesn’t mean they should always seek to.People achieve their dreams by working with & supporting each each other to share in life’s struggles.

    • Mags

      I thought he “technically” didn’t lie because of the legal definition of sexual relations.

    • RealKiwi

      Absolutely
      Bill and Hillary held high public office when Bill had his escapades,
      Hillary ran the Bimbo Eruption Einsatzgruppen destroying the lives of the women who
      Bill abused or had affairs with.
      She was an enabler.
      I find it perverse that she would stick with him. I can only surmise that a spouse who
      would conduct themself that way is agenda driven to an obscene degree, not fit to hold
      Public office.
      Any women’s rights advocate who champions Hillary can accurately be described as a
      traitor to the Movement by embracing an enthusiastic enabler.

  • Seriously?

    Current odds on the next president:
    Clinton: 1.37
    Trump: 4.30

    • hookerphil

      If that was available in NZ i would have some on the Don.

      • Seriously?

        The site I follow is called “Betfair”, but there are plenty of others if you try google. It is a worldwide thing so you can sign up if you want to.

        They match people wanting to place a bet at odds of X with people wanting to take that bet at those odds (the takers are in effect betting on something not happening), and the site takes a cut in the middle. You can only place / take bets if you have enough in your account to cover the potential debt. In that way the odds are “set” by the punters, not some mathematician sitting in a bunker.

        There is currently 9.3 million British Pounds worth of bets matched in the next president market.

  • Simon

    Just wait until it’s not “infidelity” but sex crimes. Bill Clinton has been more like Bill Cosby than just a serial cheater.

  • Boondecker

    Well, we all know there’s going to be plenty more over the coming months – and if indeed somehow Clinton does make it to the POTUS job (odds say she will as of now), she will be well and truly tarred and feathered. Mind you, a lot of that tar and feathering is already in place and many people have well formed opinions about her honesty, or lack there of, and her extremely suspect flip-flopping trustworthiness. She will a terrible president – no question.

    Frankly though, Bill’s infidelity is a side show for what’s to come. That’s why she has tried to brush off Trump’s first feigned attack as saying she’s impervious to it and knew it was coming. Of course she did. But, she has promised she will carry on “Obama’s legacy” if she wins. That in itself will be probably the most damning thing for her to defend. Trump is only warming up as he still has primaries to win.

    • Seriously?

      I agree, neither of them are that good, but none of the other candidates seemed that good either.

      Isn’t it strange that a country that has led the world in so many ways, for so long, is unable to come up with a good quality presidential candidate. You have to question whether that is because of the system they use to select one. It does seem to be a system that demands a candidate stakes out a position on an extreme in order to win over party faithful and hence a nomination, and that seems to exclude a sensible person from making it to the presidential start line.

      • Boondecker

        I think that the fact that a complete outsider (i.e. a non-politician) has come in and cleaned up on one side, and an hard left socialist (certainly for America) is coming in very strong from the other gives you an idea of their ability to “come up with a good quality presidential candidate”. The Yanks across the board have had enough with politicians. It’s a quiet (or noisy, if you’d prefer) revolution.

        The thing I am amused at is the establishment, the politicians and mainstream media and others who continuously and naively expect the outsiders to still behave like politicians. Anyone who thinks Clinton will get an easy ride in as the last remaining vestige representative of the US politico establishment is frankly deluded themselves.

  • TeKinga

    Surely all Clinton need do is look to camera, and quietly say “because I love my husband, I decided to stay with him to work through our issues, as you would expect life partners to do….whereas Trump dumps mouthy wives and imports some trophy wife instead….his marriage vows obviously are less meaningful to him than to me”…., and then leave the issue alone, move on to highlighting trumps many MANY irregularities in his business dealings, bankruptcies etc. honesty, integrity etc are not words that spring to mind when you think of Trump after all.

    • Miss McGerkinshaw

      “honesty, integrity arenot words that spring to mind when you think of Trump after all”.
      Not sure they are the first things I think of with the Clintons either.
      Think both are sitting in glass house and throwing stones. Will be interesting to see who breaks the most windows I suspect? Or who the American public is more likely to ‘forgive’?

      • Mark

        People in general seem to value an honestly held belief,it helps thou if you can explain & defend it,Cruz could do that,it will be interesting to see how Trump handles this.Of course his issue is that he never gets to explain thanks to the MSM,but he has been effective so far in more ways than we could have imagined.
        Blessed to live in interesting times,we are!

    • Observer

      Read Hitchens’ ‘No One Left to Lie To’. Hillary got private investigators to get dirt on these women, and now she talks about trusting abuse victims? What was her attitude to Juanita Broadrick or the others?

    • RealKiwi

      Bill is her Ticket

  • Keanne Lawrence

    Clinton has always displayed her nasty ways with her mouth which was obviously too much for old Bill who sort high and low for one that was nicer to him.
    We can expect the DT has kept the best for last.

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