Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters in Charleston, West Virginia, U.S. May 5, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Tilley
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Donald Trump has launched a bitter broadside against Hillary Clinton depicting her as an "enabler" of Bill Clinton's past infidelities – the latest nasty and deeply personal turn in the U.S. presidential campaign.Trump, who has all but locked up the Republican nomination, made the bizarre allegation while on the stump this weekend in an apparent bid to undercut his Democratic rival's appeal to women voters. Trump has accused Clinton, the presumptive Democratic candidate in November's presidential election, of using her gender to her political advantage – playing the "woman's card" – and says she would not be seen as a qualified candidate if not for her sex.Clinton at first denied, but later acknowledged an affair with the White House intern, a scandal that ultimately led to his impeachment and deepened the partisan divide between Republicans and Democrats.Trump's latest attack, reprising the sordid scandal, seemed designed to inoculate himself against anticipated charges of misogyny from the Clinton camp. U.S. political pundits are closely watching how Clinton responds to the escalating attacks from Trump, who has felled one opponent after the other with his brawling, no-holds-barred style of campaigning.
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