Harry Reid Says Trump Has ‘Kind of a Sickness’ When It Comes To Women
During a conversation with CNN’s Manu Raju, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid described Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s treatment of women as “kind of a sickness.”
Discussing the Access Hollywood tape, Reid said that that kind of language and attitude is not “locker room talk,” pointing to his days as an athlete.
“In my younger days, i was an athlete,” Reid said. “Football, baseball, of course, I was in a lot of raunchy gym when I was fighting. And you know, no one talked that way. No one.”
The retiring lawmaker brought up the numerous accusations leveled against him from women who say Trump’s sexually assaulted them.
“We have now ten women that we know of that have come forward that we know of that he sexually assaulted them,” Reid told Raju. “That’s a crime.”
He then noted that the real estate mogul’s attitude towards women is definitely unhealthy.
“He puts his hands under somebody’s skirt on an airplane,” the Senator explained. “The woman moves her seat. I mean, for me, I can’t understand. I don’t know about a crime but it is kind of a sickness.”
Watch the clip above, via CNN.
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