Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton responds to Donald Trump bringing up Bill Clinton's sexual indiscretions on the campaign trail and the Republican frontrunner's web ad tying the former president to sexual predators.
Clinton tells Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson that the attacks are nothing new, they "didn't work before and won't work again." Clinton also said using Bill Clinton's sexual past as a campaign tactic is a "dead end."
"He can say whatever he wants to about me," Clinton said. "Let the voters judge that. I am not going to let him or any of the other Republicans rip away the progress that women have made, it's been too hard fought for and I'm going to stand up and make it clear there's a huge difference between us."
JOHN DICKERSON, CBS NEWS: Let me ask you about a general election opponent you may face that is Donald Trump you got into a pretty ugly exchange you charged that he -- him with sexism then he put out Instagram video of your husband and Monica Lewinsky, your reaction to that?
HILLARY CLINTON: Well, if he wants to engage in personal attacks from the past, that's his prerogative. So be it. I'm going to draw the distinctions between where I stand and where he stands when it comes to equal pay for women. Raising the minimum wage which affects two-thirds of the women who are the ones receiving the minimum wage. Protecting a woman's right to make the most personal healthcare decisions, that's why I'm so proud to have the endorsement of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund that I received today in New Hampshire, because I'm going to fight as hard as I can against any efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, something that he supports. There are very clear distinctions, he can say whatever he wants to about me. Let the voters judge that. I am not going to let him or any of the other Republicans rip away the progress that women have made, it's been too hard fought for and I'm going to stand up and make it clear there's a huge difference between us.
DICKERSON: Secretary Clinton what do you say to those in your own party who say that is discussion that have portion of your husband's career is fair game to talk about in an election.
CLINTON: Well, it's been fair game going back to the Republicans for some years. They can do it again if they want to. That can be their choice as to how to run in this campaign. Didn't work before. It won't work again. Because it is what people are focused on not for the past but for the future. What are we going to do to get wages rising? What are we going to do to create more good jobs and keep rights? What are we going to do to make sure that the Supreme Court has people on it who will defend women's rights? Who will defend marriage equality? Who will defend voters rights?
So, I can't run anybody else's campaign. They can say whatever they want, more power to them. I think it's a dead end, blind alley for them, let them go. I'm going to talk about the differences because I think that's what Americans care about.