Trump may bring back ‘Monica Lewinsky issue’ to get support from millennials
Donald trump may do anything for the gain of presidential election it seems. Now his new move is to use white house sex scandal scene against Bill clinton.
Even for Trump, the anything-goes showman whose insults left rivals reeling in the GOP primaries, the attacks have a searing personal dimension, pushing boundaries and forcing his presumed Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, to relive the humiliation of her husband’s adultery.
Given Trump’s own extramarital dalliances along his tabloid-chronicled path from his first wife to his second and third, the tactic could backfire. But it serves strategic goals for the presumptive GOP presidential nominee.
Charlie black, a veteran political campaigner who supports Trump said that ‘ A lot of voters are so young they don’t even know about this stuff,” Black said. “And the ones who are old enough to remember, it probably doesn’t hurt to remind them of it — that [Hillary Clinton’s] cooperation with him in trying to cover up these things is just not a pro-women stance.”
As a part of intensifying the attacks Trump reminded people of America that Bill Clinton’s law license was suspended for five years when he left office in 2001 in a deal to avoid prosecution for making false statements about his affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
Trump already did a move by referring the old accusations against clinton by Paula Jones and Juanita Broaddricks.
Same time, Trump is no longer a sane person who can get rid of accusations against him also.
In his book ‘The art of the come back’,he wrote that ‘If I told the real stories of my experiences with women, often seemingly very happily married and important women, this book would be a guaranteed best-seller”
And more over this, Garry South, a California Democratic strategist saying that ‘I don’t think women are going to take well to this, particularly from a self-confessed philanderer who’s been married three times and had children from three different marriages.”
Let’s see how this throwback political games will work out.