Donald Trump, Miss Universe Paulina Vega and DeSean Jackson attend the Venue Magazine Official Miss Universe after party at Trump National Doral on January 25, 2015 in Doral, Florida.
Photograph by Alexander Tamargo—Getty Images for Venue Magazine
By Valentina Zarya
September 23, 2016

Hillary Clinton is taking no prisoners.

On Friday, the Democrat’s campaign released a biting attack ad that features a series of misogynist comments made by her opponent.

The 30-second ad, called “Mirrors,” shows clips of young girls looking dissatisfied with their appearances, interspersed with clips of degrading things Donald Trump has said about women in the past, such as “she’s a slob,” “she ate like a pig,” and “a person who’s flat-chested—it’s very hard to be a 10.”

In the video, an interviewer asks Trump, “Do you treat women with respect?” The GOP nominee responds, “I can’t say that either.”

At the end of the clip, a title card pops up posing a question: “Is this the president we want for our daughters?”

This is not the first time Trump’s misogynistic comments have been in the spotlight—indeed, his treatment of women has been a recurring theme this election season.

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The ad is released at a time when Trump is seemingly trying to woo female voters—most notably with his recently released maternity leave plan. His daughter, Ivanka Trump, wrote an op-ed earlier this month in the Wall Street Journal in which she made the case that her father is an advocate for working women and “is prepared to chart a new course that promotes strong families.”


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