Trump’s Lawyer: Hillary Is The ‘The Enabler In Chief’ [VIDEO]

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Michael Cohen, special counsel to Donald Trump, tore into Hillary Clinton Tuesday calling her the “Enabler in Chief” and Bill Clinton a “sexist.”

Appearing on CNNs “New Day” on Tuesday, host Chris Cuomo asked, “Why go after Bill Clinton, isn’t that bad for Donald Trump?” to which Cohen argued that Trump was “exposing, not just Bill Clinton for what he was and what he had done, but it’s the same as it relates to Hillary.” (RELATED: Trump Releases Video Featuring Audio Of Alleged Clinton Victims)

According to Cohen, Hillary Clinton “attacked Mr. Trump as being a sexist, misogynist, and that’s inaccurate. Donald Trump is not any of those things. And again, what they’re trying to do is to portray him as such so they can end up turning the women against Mr. Trump, when in fact, the women seem to be turning against Hillary Clinton for being the Enabler in Chief.”

Cuomo cut in, “If you are not a sexist, what you usually say is I’m not a sexist, here’s all the things that prove that I’m not, here are all the beautiful things, the beautiful women in my life.”

“Which Mr. Trump has done many times,” Cohen replied.

“Right, you don’t turn around and say, ‘Actually, you’re the sexists You call me a sexist, I call you a sexist.’ It seems juvenile,” Cuomo argued.

“Except what she’s doing is she’s deflecting,” Cohen insisted. Mrs. Clinton “is the Enabler in Chief and [Bill Clinton] happens to be the sexist. So instead, she needs to win the women’s vote. That’s what she needs. She is certainly not going to win the men’s vote. So she needs to go after the women’s vote. She’s not going to be able to do that if Donald Trump is not portrayed by the Clinton campaign as a sexist. So she is deflecting.”

On Monday, Trump released a video on Instagram featuring Linda Tripp, Kathleen Willey, and Juanita Broaddrick, three women who accuse former president Clinton of unwanted sexual advances.

Some of Clinton’s other accusers of sexual misconduct include Paula Jones, Eileen Wellstone, Carolyn Moffet, Elizabeth Ward Gracen, Becky Brown, Helen Dowdy, and Cristy Zercher.

In the Starr Report, Monica Lewinsky testified that Bill Clinton told her that “he had hundreds of affairs” before he turned 40.

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