Roger Stone: Women Voters Will Not Like Hillary When They Learn She Bullied Bill Clinton's Victims

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Roger Stone appeared on Newsmax TV's election night coverage on Tuesday to talk about Sen. Ted Cruz suspending his presidential campaign and Donald Trump becoming the presumptive Republican nominee for president. Stone said he believed some supporters of Bernie Sanders may crossover to support Trump, referencing a New York liberal activist starting a "Sanders Supports For Trump" group.

"I think a number of Bernie Sanders' voters, not his hard-left voters but his blue collar voters who realize that the NAFTA and TPP globalist trade deals hoisted on us by the Bushes and Clintons have been an ignominious failure for this country and it destroyed our job market. I think those voters become available to us," Stone said on Newsmax TV.

"I heard from a progressive activist today in New York, Randy Credico. He told me he was starting Sanders Supporters For Trump," Stone revealed.

Stone said the idea that Clinton has been a champion for women is "bogus" and women voters will not like her after they learn how she "bullied and intimidated Bill Clinton's sexual assault victims."

"As far as the women's vote is concerned, as you know I've written a book on this, The Clintons' War on Women, when women voters learn how Hillary has bullied and intimidated Bill Clinton's various sexual assault victims, I don't think there's going to be a lot of sympathy for Hillary Clinton. The idea that she's been an advocate for women is completely bogus," Stone said.

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