Eric Trump: Clintons' 'Terrible' Records With Women Are Fair Game
Eric Trump joined Bill Hemmer on "America's Newsroom" to react to new negative ads targeting his father, released by pro-Hillary Clinton super PACs.
One scathing ad, from Priorities USA Action, uses the presumptive GOP nominee's comments about women against him.
Trump said that if the Clintons and their supporters want to bring up his father's treatment of women, then they'll have to account for their own "horrible" records.
Amazing that Crooked Hillary can do a hit ad on me concerning women when her husband was the WORST abuser of woman in U.S. political history
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 17, 2016
Trump pointed out that the Clinton Foundation pays females 40 percent less than males, not to mention Bill Clinton's impeachment for the infamous Monica Lewinsky scandal.
"I really don't want to hear it from Hillary," Trump said. "She's got a terrible, terrible record on women ... I just found it very ironic."
He said that his father's campaign isn't concerned about these new attacks, because both Clintons have "real problems" on their resumes.
"Believe me, we'll be talking about them," Trump said, noting that the Clintons' modus operandi is to take the low road.
"Everything's going to be fair game ... They're going to throw everything at us, and we're probably going to have to do the same thing right back."