By Randy DeSoto. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee believes Donald Trump will be the likely winner against Hillary Clinton in their current exchange of salvos over sexism.
Huckbee said on Fox and Friends Monday morning, “Nothing’s backfired on Donald Trump yet. My money’s on him.”
“I honestly don’t think this is going to hurt Donald Trump,” the former governor added. “Every time that somebody tries to attack him, it comes and backfires on them.”
As reported by Western Journalism, Clinton accused Trump of “having a penchant for sexism,” in the wake of his remarks describing her loss to Barack Obama in 2008 as getting “schlonged” . . .
Huckabee, who successfully went up against what he describes as the “Clinton machine” in Arkansas to become governor, feels Trump has every right to mention Bill Clinton’s past, and Hillary’s complicity in it. “I think that the Clintons have some vulnerabilities here that Trump is seizing upon,” Huckabee said.
Bill Clinton was accused sexually harassing multiple women, and was impeached and disbarred for false testimony he gave in a sexual harassment suit involving Paula Jones. Hillary was reportedly actively involved in seeking to discredit the women who accused the former president of groping and other sexual gestures towards them to the press. (Read more from “WOW: Trump Just Got Unexpected Support from a GOP Rival – ‘My Money’s on Him'” HERE)
TRUMP MAKES GOOD ON HIS PROMISE, CONTINUES TO HAMMER BILL CLINTON FOR “WOMEN ABUSE”
By Geoffe Earl. Donald Trump made good on his threat to drag Bill Clinton into the presidential race Monday when he accused the former commander in chief of “women abuse.”
Trump made the charge in a tweet on Monday after warning Hillary Clinton to be careful about accusing him of sexism.
“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!” the Republican front-runner tweeted. (Read more from “Trump Just Hammered Bill Clinton – Again” HERE)