Presidential hopeful Donald Trump at a campaign event in Grand Rapids, Mich.
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By Michal Addady
December 27, 2015

Donald Trump just pulled Bill Clinton into his most recent feud with Hillary.

The Republican frontrunner called Bill a sexist in a tweet on Saturday, saying that it’s inappropriate for him to be out on Hillary’s campaign trail.

Words have been thrown back and forth since Clinton called Trump ISIS’s best recruiter in the last Democratic debate. Trump shot back with a completely unrelated point saying that her bathroom break during the debate was “disgusting” and that she was “schlonged” by Obama during the 2008 presidential race.

In an interview with the Des Moines Register, Clinton said that she does not want to respond to him personally because “he thrives on that kind of exchange,” adding that this was not the first time he’s “demonstrated a penchant for sexism.” Trump responded, again via Twitter, warning her to “be careful.”

And, when she didn’t respond, three days later followed up with another tweet:

He appeared on “Fox and Friends” the next morning for an interview in which he defended his attack against Bill, saying that he’s “fair game.”

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