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In a wide-ranging interview with Bill O’Reilly tonight, Donald Trump doubled down on his comments that Hillary Clinton is trying to use gender to her advantage in this race.

“She’s playing the woman card – it’s the only thing she’s got going. That’s it,” he said. “And she’s playing it as much as she can.”

The GOP front-runner explained his dynamic with Clinton, saying, “If you raise your voice, it’s like, ‘Oh, look what he’s saying, and look at the way he talks.’ Give me a break. I mean, she raises her voice much more than I raise mine, believe me.”

Trump reiterated that he believes “nobody respects women more than I do.”

“She’s got problems. I don’t even know if she can run,” he told O’Reilly, adding that he watches coverage of Clinton’s email scandal “all the time.”

“I don’t know how she gets by that problem, when so many people’s lives have been ruined for doing much less than she did.”

Clinton is “being protected by the Democrats,” Trump continued. “Without that, she wouldn’t have a chance of running.”

“Remember this, Bill,” he added. “I haven’t even started yet.”

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