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Donald Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson and Democratic National Committee member Robert Zimmerman clashed on "The Kelly File" tonight while discussing reports that Trump is preparing to attack Bill Clinton's infidelities.

Pierson said this line of attack is actually not about the former president, but instead Hillary Clinton's issues with trustworthiness, accountability and hypocrisy.

"She knew her husband was cheating on her and she blamed it on the 'vast ring-wing conspiracy," Pierson said. "She knew that this was happening and shifted the blame onto the women ... You can't go around blaming other people for what you and your husband have done. That's the problem."

Zimmerman argued that Trump is trying to change the topic from his poor performance in the first presidential debate and distract from his own dubious history with women.

"The bottom line here is, women are standing up in record numbers in support for Hillary Clinton," Zimmerman stated.

Pierson asserted that Clinton may proclaim herself a "champion for women," but she's "failed miserably" at that.

Watch the "Kelly File" segment above.

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