Hillary Clinton: Women Who Support Trump Are 'Publicly Disrespecting Themselves'


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The crowd erupted in the chant, "Lock her up", to which Trump responded: "You gotta speak to Jeff Sessions about that".

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"I think, 'Why are they publicly disrespecting themselves?'" she said of women who used obscenities to express their anti-Clinton sentiment.

"I can't say what he really feels, because I think he is such a political opportunist, that if he could get you know, votes and loyalty from a different direction he would probably go there", she continued.

She also called it "problematic" that Trump is not only allowing, but "encouraging" these views to spill over into "the public arena". Why are they opening the door to have someone say that about them in their workplace, in a community setting?' Do they not see the connection there? 'I don't agree with her on health or the economy or immigration, ' whatever they want to disagree with me about.