Donald Trump said he had a "very good history" when it comes to marriage and "I guess" Hillary Clinton could dredge up his marital affairs if he brought up those of former President Bill Clinton in their second debate next week.
"They can do it," he told Paul Steinhauser of NH1 News in New Hampshire after a rally Thursday in Bedford. "But it's a lot different than his, I can tell you.
"We have a situation where we have a president who was a disaster — and he was ultimately impeached over it, in a sense, for lying.
"We'll see whether or not we discuss it."
He told Steinhauser he was not worried about Clinton broaching the subject when they debate Oct. 9 at Washington University in St. Louis.
"No, not at all," Trump said. "I have a very good history."
Trump, 70, married his first wife, Ivana, in 1977. They had three children.
An affair with Marla Maples brought that marriage to divorce in 1991.
He and Maples married in 1993, two months after a daughter was born. They divorced in 1999.
Trump married his current wife, Melania, in 2005. They have a son.
The Republican nominee told Steinhauser he chose not to bring up Bill Clinton's marital history in Monday's debate with Hillary Clinton because of their daughter, Chelsea.
"She was very nasty to me," he said. "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. But she was very nasty.
"We'll see what happens, but I just didn't want to put it out there," Trump said. "It was a hard thing to say in front of somebody's daughter."
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