Donald Trump was interviewed by NH1's Paul Steinhauser Thursday and made some very crazy statements including how proud he was of his own past infidelities when he was aksed about bringing up Bill Clinton.
As I said in an earlier article, Trump did bring in Bill Clinton's affairs into the first presidential debate when he made a scene about not saying something very inappropriate.
Steinhauser took the bait and asked him why he didn't explicitly mention Bill by name and asked, "You didn't mention Bill Clinton and his past affairs. Maybe in the second debate?"
Trump replied, "Well she was very nasty to me. And I was going to do it and I saw Chelsea sitting out in the audience and I just didn't want to go there. I thought it would be too disrespectful. I just didn't want to do it."
But the entire punditry discussed all week what Trump [didn't] say at the debate.
PS: But what about the next debate?
Then Steinhauser asked if his own marital affairs were fair game and asked, "If it does come up though in the next debate, is your past marital history also fair game?"
Trump responded, "I guess. It's a lot different that his. I can tell you."
Steinhauser continued, "And you're not worried your past history at all?"
Trump replied, "No, not at all. I have a very good history."
Donald Trump was in a contentious divorce in 1989 over his very public affair with Marla Maples. Marla had given birth to Tiffany 2 months before their wedding. The Trump breakup with his first wife was tabloid fodder for much of the 1990's.
How many times does he have to be caught cheating for it to not be a "good history?"
And Trump has nothing on his campaign bag men.
And let's not forget Rudy Giuliani, his BFF, who is out there smearing Hillary over Bill's affair, who was also involved in a nasty divorce after cheated on his wife and dumped her on television. His own kids kicked him out of the Governor's mansion because he was having an open affair while their mother was in the house.
And then there's Newt Gingrich, who was leading the way for Bill's impeachment by having his very own affair at the same time.
That affair lasted six! years! until he finally married Callista.
And campaign manager Steve Bannon had a particularly ugly divorce complete with tabloid innuendo of abuse and anti-semitic rants about his children's school.
Don't get me started about Roger Ailes and his role in the Trump campaign. Really.
Trump has surrounded himself with a gang of womanizers like himself. Of course he thinks he has nothing to apologize for.
But we don't have to wonder why he's down 20 points with women voters.