During the Hofstra debate, Trump said:
“I was going to say something extremely rough. To Hillary. To her family. And I said to myself – I can’t do it. I just can’t do it. It’s not inappropriate. It’s not nice. But she spent hundreds of millions of dollars on negative ads on me. Many of which are absolutely untrue. And I’ll tell you Lester, it’s not nice. And I don’t deserve that.”
Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway says why.
From the video:
Kellyanne Conway: “It was an exercise in tremendous restraint. And restraint is a virtue. In fact, it’s a Presidential virtue. I think Donald Trump’s restraint there in not bringing up what millions of Americans must have had on their minds: ‘Really, she’s going to take you on on a comment you’ve made about women.’ And yet, her husband has admitted to having affairs. Including one with an intern in the White House when he was President of the United States? A pay out to Paul Jones?”
Was it good that Trump restrained himself? Was it a virtue that Trump didn’t lay into Hillary about Bill’s infidelities?
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