Clinton Campaign Attack Dog Warns Trump And Sanders To Stay Away From Bill’s Infidelity

Hey, everything is fair game in this war to win the White House. The Clintons have their attack dog in John Podesta who’s about as radical and devious as they come. It’s pretty interesting that all of a sudden the Democrats are saying you need to keep it clean. They certainly don’t have the moral high ground in anything political. Podesta must be desperate. What a putz!

A top aide for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign on Monday ripped attacks on Bill Clinton’s past infidelity by GOP rival Donald Trump, saying Trump has gone “in the gutter.”

Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta also issued a warning to Clinton’s Democratic rival Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) to stay away from the topic.

“I hope he’s not going there,” Podesta said of Sanders during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” after the host noted it seems “there’s some piling on here” by Sanders.

“He said that he’s going to run a positive campaign, that he wasn’t going to go in for personal attacks and I take him at his word on that,” Podesta continued.

“But I hope he’s not thinking about going there, because, again, I think what Trump has done to go in the gutter is reprehensible,” the Clinton campaign chairman added.
PODESTA ON BRINGING BILL’S SEXUAL EXPLOITS INTO THE CAMPAIGN:

Sanders fielded a question late Friday at a town hall in Iowa about Bill Clinton’s affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

“Hillary Clinton is not Bill Clinton. What Bill Clinton did, I think we can all acknowledge was totally, totally, totally disgraceful and unacceptable. But I am running against Hillary Clinton. I am not running against Bill Clinton,” Sanders told the questioner, according to The Washington Post.

Trump has for several weeks knocked the Clintons over Bill Clinton’s sexual history, and on Sunday argued that Hillary was “an enabler” for her husband.

Clinton’s campaign manager maintained on Monday that Bill Clinton “remains an asset for us.”

Via: The Hill


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