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Hillary and Bill Clinton's attempts to downplay the former president's history of sexual abuse will not work, Michelle Malkin said on "Hannity" tonight.

"It’s see no evil, hear no evil and speak no Clinton serial sexual abuse evil," Malkin said.

She added that strategy, however, won't work because of the changing political landscape.

"It is not the 1990s anymore, Hillary and Bill, where they were able to control the narratives, where they were able to whitewash all of these sins," Malkin said.

She explained that many people are sick and tired of "Democratic double-standards" when it comes to sexual abuse of women.

Malkin argued that Donald Trump was not out of bounds to bring up the Clinton legacy. She said it's actually establishment candidates like Jeb Bush, John Kasich and Chris Christie who are wrong, because they get "their panties in a bunch" when Trump states the obvious.

"It really shows you why we're in the predicament we're in in the GOP primary."

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