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Trump: Fine to Talk About My 'Indiscretions'

Trump: Fine to Talk About My 'Indiscretions'
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By    |   Wednesday, 30 December 2015 12:51 PM

The tables were turned on Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump when a CNN reporter asked if his own personal indiscretions "were fair game in this campaign," Mediaite reports.

The question was prompted after Hillary Clinton said in an interview that "His bigotry, his bluster, his bullying have become his campaign." She also accused Trump of having a "penchant for sexism."

Trump, in return, has not only blasted former President Bill Clinton in a tweet as demonstrated a "penchant for sexism," but the real estate mogul has relentlessly criticized the 42nd president for his past indiscretions while in office.

"You've gone after former president Bill Clinton for his infidelity, are your own personal indiscretions fair game in this campaign?" The CNN reporter asked Trump in an interview on his jet from Omaha, Nebraska.

"Yes, they would be" Trump replied.

"Frankly, Hillary brought up the whole thing with sexism . . . if she wants to do that, we're going to go after the ex-president," Trump continued.

According to CNN, Trump's first marriage ended grimly after he had an affair with Marla Maples — who eventually became his second wife.

However, rather than discuss his personal indiscretions Trump added that Hillary "has a major problem with sexism" in her own household.

Trump quickly changed the topic, touting the lead he currently holds in the polls and confidently added, "The last person Hillary wants to run against is me."

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