One went high, other low: Hillary Clinton takes a dig at Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton took a dig at Donald Trump, referring to his controversial tape citing that the latter wasted his time attacking her instead of apologising ‘for a lot of things’
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton gestures during a rally at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, on Monday. Pic/AFP
Washington: Hillary Clinton has said her Republican rival Donald Trump wasted his time attacking her instead of apologising to women, as the Democratic nominee described how the controversial tycoon hit a “low” during the second presidential debate.
“The differences between me and my opponent are pretty clear. To paraphrase my friend Michelle Obama, one of us went high and one of us went low,” Hillary said on Monday at an election rally in Detroit, Michigan. This was her first election rally after Sunday’s second presidential debate in St Louis, Missouri.
“Donald Trump spent his time attacking when he should have been apologising,” she said amidst applause from the audience. “Now, there are a lot of things he should apologise for, right?” she asked her supporters, who shouted back, “Yeah!” “On Friday, the whole world heard him talking about the terrible way he treats women,” Hillary said referring to the audio and video tapes that have surfaced in which Trump is seen making lewd comments about women.
Trump has apologised for his remarks made 11 years ago. The audience booed as Hillary made reference to those lewd remarks of the real estate baron. “Last night, when he was pressed about how he behaves, he just doubled down on his excuse that it is just locker-room banter. Women and men across America know that that is just a really weak excuse for behaving badly,” Hillary said.
“I would argue we are not who he is. We are taught to respect each other,” she said.
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