“She’s nasty, but I can be nastier than she ever can be”

He said he was bringing up Mr. Clinton’s infidelities because he thought they would repulse female voters and turn them away from the Clintons, and because he was eager to unsettle Mrs. Clinton in their next two debates and on the campaign trail.

Continue reading the main story

Presidential Election 2016
The latest news and analysis of the candidates and issues shaping the presidential race.
The Other Trump
OCT 1
In Deposition, Donald Trump Says Illegal Immigration Led to Nomination
SEP 30
Actually, a Malfunction Did Affect Donald Trump’s Voice at the Debate
SEP 30
Will Donald Trump Play Infidelity Card at Debate? Clinton Camp Girds
SEP 30
Polls Show Debate Performance Gave Hillary Clinton a Lift
SEP 30
See More »

RELATED COVERAGE

Will Donald Trump Play Infidelity Card at Debate? Clinton Camp Girds SEPT. 30, 2016

As America Sleeps, Donald Trump Seethes on Twitter SEPT. 30, 2016

‘She Has a Name,’ Alicia Machado, and It Is Everywhere SEPT. 28, 2016

After a Disappointing Debate, Donald Trump Goes on the Attack SEPT. 27, 2016
“She’s nasty, but I can be nastier than she ever can be,” Mr. Trump said.

“Hillary Clinton was married to the single greatest abuser of women in the history of politics,” he added about Mr. Clinton. “Hillary was an enabler, and she attacked the women who Bill Clinton mistreated afterward. I think it’s a serious problem for them, and it’s something that I’m considering talking about more in the near future.”…

While Mr. Trump has bragged about his sexual exploits over the years, he charged in the interview that Mr. Clinton had numerous indiscretions that “brought shame onto the presidency, and Hillary Clinton was there defending him all along.”

But when asked if he had ever cheated on his wives, Mr. Trump said: “No — I never discuss it. I never discuss it. It was never a problem.”