Hillary Clinton blasted Donald Trump on Tuesday, accusing him of “demeaning, degrading, insulting” words and behavior against women, according to The Hill.

The Democratic presidential nominee noted at a campaign rally in Florida that her opponent is on tape calling various women derogatory names, and boasting about having inappropriately kissed and touched them. Clinton cited Trump’s comments on the Howard Stern show, and in a recently released 2005 audio recording in which he talked about groping women. She pointed out that a dozen women have accused him of sexual assault.

Clinton reminded the crowd that the former owner of the Miss Universe pageant admitted he walked into contestants’ dressing rooms so he could see them naked. One of the pageant participants, 1996 winner Alicia Machado, spoke in support of Clinton at the rally. Trump called her “MIss Piggy” because she allegedly gained weight after capturing the crown. He also described Machado as “Miss Housekeeping,” a reference to her Latina heritage.

“He thinks belittling women makes him a better man, and I don’t know there’s a woman anywhere who doesn’t know what that feels like,” Clinton said. “He doesn’t see us as full human beings, with our own dreams our own purposes, our own capability, and he’s shown that clearly throughout this campaign. He has shown us who he is. Let us this Tuesday show him who we are.”

Trump continues to call his accusers “liars,” denying their sexual-assault allegations.

Source: The Hill
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