Trump Casually Tells Crowd of Supporters That ‘Women Don’t Like Hillary’
At a South Carolina rally Sunday, Donald Trump told a crowd of supporters that Hillary Clinton is “not going to win” the 2016 presidential election, insisting “women don’t like Hillary.”
Trump stepped up his criticism of the Democratic frontrunner in recent weeks, attacking Hillary Clinton for former President Bill Clinton’s serial infidelities while in office.
Trump said he was forced to attack Hillary Clinton because she hit him “really hard with the women card.”
“And I had to say that’s enough,” Trump said. “That’s enough. And we did a strong number. She’s not going to win. And by the way, I love the concept, I love, love, love having a woman president. It can’t be her. She’s horrible.”
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“But I’ll tell you who doesn’t like Hillary, are women. Women don’t like Hillary. I see it all the time,” Trump added.
Trump added he occasionally has to turn off the TV because Hillary Clinton gives him a headache. “Although last night I think I gave her a big headache,” he added.
Trump also hit the State Department for listing “bringing peace and security to Syria” among its 2015 accomplishments.
“The level of stupidity is incredible,” Trump said. “I’m telling you, I used to use the word incompetent, now I just call them stupid. I went to an Ivy League school. I’m very highly educated. I know words, I have the best words, but there’s no better word than stupid.”
Watch the video above, via Politico.
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