In an interview with Sen. Claire McCaskill, 'Fox News Sunday' host Chris Wallace brings up Hillary Clinton's past statements about women who have accused Bill of sexual abuse. "You can argue whether it's appropriate or not, but I think [Trump's] point with regard to the sex scandals isn't what Bill Clinton did. It's more what Hillary Clinton did, and whether she really is a champion of women," Wallace said to McCaskill.
"Hillary Clinton does have a long record of going after her husband's accusers, at least some of whom were later vindicated," he said. "The fact is, over the course of these years, she has gone after a number of women about allegations that turned out to be true."
CHRIS WALLACE: As we discussed with Chris Christie, Trump in an interview with The New York Times has made it clear he's going to go after the Clintons' sex scandals. He says that Clinton was an abuser and that Hillary Clinton was an enabler. And here is Trump on the campaign trail this week...
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SEN. CLAIRE MCCASKILL: I have colleagues in the senate who have been wringing their hands about Donald Trump. They've said to me, Claire, he'll surround himself with good people and listen to them. Clearly not. He's not listening to people around him because everyone around him is saying, don't go there, Donald, lay off the beauty queen, lay off the personal marriage situation of the Clintons. He's paying no attention.
WALLACE: Senator, you can argue whether it's appropriate or not, but I think his point with regard to the sex scandal isn't what Bill Clinton did, it's more what Hillary Clinton did, and whether she really is a champion of women. The fact is, over the course of these years, she has gone after a number of women about allegations that turned out to be true. Lets bring a few cases up. She called Monica Lewinsky a "narcissistic loony tune." She said Gennifer Flowers was a gold digger.
HILLARY CLINTON: Here's a failed cabaret singer who doesn't even have much of a resume to fall back on.
WALLACE: And last year, Hillary Clinton at one point said that people who say that they have been raped deserve to be believed, but then she was asked about Juanita Broaderick, who said she was raped by Bill Clinton.
HILLARY CLINTON: I would say that everybody should be believed at first until they are disbelieved based on evidence.
WALLACE: Fact is, senator, Hillary Clinton does have a long record of going after her husband's accusers, at least some of whom were later vindicated.