Donald Trump participated in a New Hampshire town hall on CNN earlier today, and one of the questions came from a man who asked the GOP frontrunner about being a role model for America’s children.
Here is the full question asked by Joseph Manzoli about his three daughters:
“I want nothing more for them than to look at their president as a role model. Throughout the course of this campaign, you’ve said some disparaging comments about women, about people from other countries, other religions, and about everybody who’s disagreed with you. Explain to me how I can look at my daughters and have them look up to President Trump as a role model.”
Trump insisted he has great respect for women and has worked with many female executives.
As for his comments about minorities, Trump again fell back on his reluctance to engage in political correctness. He invoked the heroin problem in New Hampshire as he talked about stopping drugs from coming across the Mexican border, and also touted how people around the world were “agreeing with me” on his proposed Muslim ban.
Watch above, via CNN.
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