Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump fired off a warning tweet on Monday to pro-abortion presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in a way that only Trump can do. He told Hillary to quit trying to parlay her status as a woman into getting votes — telling her to stop using the “women’s card” as she runs for president.
If not, Trump said he promised to bring up Bill Clinton’s shoddy and infamous mistreatment of women during his political career.
If Hillary thinks she can unleash her husband, with his terrible record of women abuse, while playing the women’s card on me, she’s wrong!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 28, 2015
Hillary Clinton has announced that she is letting her husband out to campaign but HE’S DEMONSTRATED A PENCHANT FOR SEXISM, so inappropriate!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 27, 2015
Ironically, the feud comes as Hillary Clinton’s campaign is preparing to send Bill out on the campaign trail.
Trump’s threats come as Clinton’s campaign plans to release former President Bill Clinton onto the campaign trail. The former president remains popular among the Democratic base, and is often a crowd pleaser.
Clinton’s campaign, as well as groups backing Clinton, have charged Trump with sexism in recent days after the GOP presidential hopeful used vulgar language to describe Clinton’s loss in the 2008 Democratic presidential primary.
Bill Clinton is not the only anti-woman millstone around Hillary’s neck. Planned Parenthood celebrity spokeswoman Lena Dunham, the actress who admitted she molested her little sister as a kid, will campaign in Iowa on behalf of Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate.
In her book, the prominent abortion activist essentially admits to sexually abusing her little sister. Dunham shares disturbing anecdotes about sexually experimenting with her sister who was only a toddler at the time.
As LifeNews staff writer Micaiah Bilger reported last week, the biggest anti-woman concern Hillary Clinton poses is her threat to continue legalized abortion, which kills little boys and girls every day, for decades.
The next U.S. president will have a hugely influential task handed to them that could affect the rights of unborn babies for decades – that of appointing judges to the U.S. Supreme Court. Up to four of the nine seats on the high court could come open within the next president’s term, meaning that the next president’s appointees could sway the court’s decisions for decades.
That’s a power that pro-abortion Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton would like to get her hands on.
Clinton’s campaign website published a piece earlier this month warning supporters of the “terrifying” effects these decisions could have in the hands of the wrong president.
Indeed, it would be “terrifying” for unborn babies if Clinton is elected president. Her radical abortion policies passed onto through appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court could mean huge setbacks for the rights of unborn babies in America.
Clinton supports complete, unrestricted abortion through all nine months of pregnancy, and the abortion industry believes she will work to expand abortion if elected. Clinton’s extreme abortion stance is out of touch with most Americans.