Appearing on Sirius Radio Monday, Donald Trump ripped into Debbie Wasserman Schultz for stacking the deck in favor of Hillary Clinton in the Democrat debate.
You have this crazy, you know, Wasserman Schultz, Deborah Wasserman Schultz, who’s in there, highly neurotic woman. This is a woman that is a terrible person. I watch her on television. She’s a terrible person.
Schultz fired back, smearing Trump and the entire GOP party as misogynists.
Donald Trump has repeatedly shown Americans throughout his campaign exactly who he is, what he stands for and quite frankly, really is reflective of what the entire Republican party stands for. I mean you know, his misogynistic comments.
When pressed if she was painting with too broad of a brush, she doubled down.
Thomas Roberts: Do you think you’re painting with a broad brush to characterize the entire GOP with a Donald Trump in those statements?
Schultz: I do. I mean very clearly…I mean all the different times that Donald Trump has made insulting comments about individual women specifically, but the offensive way he refers to women. Really it’s just…I will tell you, I’m happy to just have Donald Trump just keep talking…It just helps us eventually elect the Democratic nominee as the 45th president.
Schultz is not new to slandering the GOP, often times using domestic abuse rhetoric.
Schultz: What Mitt Romney and the Republicans have been doing to themselves every single day is showing women in this country, day after day, that they are callously indifferent to women’s health.
Scott Walker has given women the back of his hand. There is no, I know that is stark, I know that is direct, but that is reality.
Charlie Crist and the Democrats will have my back, Rick Scott has given us the back of his hand.
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