Rep. [crscore]Nancy Pelosi[/crscore] doesn’t think it’s fair game to talk about Bill Clinton’s sexual history with women other than his wife because he’s not running for president.
Tuesday during an interview on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” Pelosi advised the Clinton campaign to “stick with what is important to the American people and what is important to the American people is their financial stability.”
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Mitchell asked Pelosi, “Donald Trump accused by Hillary Clinton of sexism. He then Tweeted out watch out, if you go there, I’m going to go there and then he goes after Bill Clinton, and Bill Clinton’s past, and we saw a noticeable change in Clinton World. I was out on the campaign and the pulling back by both Hillary and Bill Clinton, the new caution out there, because obviously, Donald Trump is a volatile adversary. How fraught is this with risk for the Democratic Party and for Hillary Clinton’s candidacy?” (RELATED: Donald Trump: Bill Clinton Is ‘One Of The Great Abusers Of The World’ [VIDEO])
“Well, I believe that Hillary Clinton wants to talk about the issues that affect people and their everyday,” Pelosi claimed.
Mitchell interjected, “But on this issue of sexism and the issue of Bill Clinton’s past, is that fair game?” (RELATED: CNN Anchor Shocked To Learn There Are 14 Women Who Claim Bill Clinton Sexually Assaulted Them [VIDEO])
“It would be if he were running for president, but he isn’t. Hillary Clinton is running for president,” Pelosi argued.
“But he’s a chief surrogate for her,” Mitchell interjected. “So what do you do now that Trump has opened this up?”
Pelosi said this election is about “financial stability” of Americans and “not about what Bill Clinton did two decades ago.” (RELATED: Trump: It’s ‘Fair Game’ To Discuss Bill Clinton’s ‘Abuse Of Women’ [VIDEO])