Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren used Donald Trump’s own words to mock him in a campaign speech for Hillary Clinton.
On Monday, Warren riffed on the phrase “nasty woman” as she criticized Trump for his past treatment of women during a Clinton rally at Saint Anselm College, a liberal arts school in Manchester, N.H.
She took issue with Trump’s having rated women’s bodies from one to 10 and said he feels entitled to “force himself on any woman within groping distance,” as long as he has a mouthful of Tic Tacs.
“Well, I’ve got news for you, Donald Trump. Women have had it with guys like you. And nasty women have really had it with guys like you,” she said during the joint appearance with Clinton.
“Nasty woman” became a feminist rallying cry for the Clinton campaign after Trump called her
Warren similarly embraced the term during her Oct. 24 rally with Clinton.
“Get this, Donald: Nasty women are tough, nasty women are smart, and nasty women vote,” Warren said. “And on Nov. 8, we nasty women are going to march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever.”
Trump also used “nasty” to attack Warren back in June, after they had been trading insults for weeks.
The reality television star’s White House bid been embroiled in one controversy after another since it
But the largest number of Republican defections from his campaign has come in recent weeks, as Trump reeled from the release of a 2005 video in which he boasted about forcibly kissing and groping women. Trump denied ever following through with his words, insisting he was simply engaging in “locker-room talk.” But at least a dozen women have since come forward to say they were victims of Trump’s alleged misconduct.
Nevertheless, some Trump supporters have defended his use of the insult against Clinton. For instance,