Donald Trump: I have great respect for women, be careful Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump said that even after all the negative publicity about him in the media, the CNN poll shows him leading.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 24, 2015 9:02 am
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Trump clinton, Trump sexist remark, Trump clinton sexist remark, Donald Trump news Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets supporters before he delivers his message during a campaign rally at the state fair in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/J Pat Carter, File)

After being widely criticised for his ‘sexist’ remark against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump took to twitter to express his angst against all the negative publicity against him.

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During one of his election campaign rally at Grand Rapids, Michigan, Trump had said, “She was going to beat Obama,… She was going to beat – she was favored to win – and she got schlonged. She lost.”

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The ‘schlonged’ remark came a day after he called Clinton a liar for saying his proposal to ban entry of all foreign Muslims to the United States aided Islamic State’s propaganda efforts. To assuage critics, Trump tweeted: “For those on TV defending my use of the word “schlonged,” bc #MSM is giving it false meaning-tell them it means beaten badly. Dishonest #MSM.”

Trump also made a reference to Clinton returning to the stage late after a bathroom break during a Democratic debate on Saturday night.

“I thought she gave up,” Trump said. “Where did she go? Where did Hillary go? They had to start the debate without her. Phase II. I know where she went. It’s disgusting. I don’t want to talk about it,” Trump said.

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Clinton, answering a question about bullying at an event in Iowa, did not name Trump but said she was used to people saying “terrible things” about her. “It’s important to stand up to bullies wherever they are, and why we shouldn’t let anybody bully his way into the presidency because that is not who we are as Americans,” Clinton said, according to video that aired on MSNBC on Tuesday.

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