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Donald Trump: Women Hate Being Used by Democrats Playing the ‘Woman Card’

Donald Trump thinks it’s terrible that the Democrats are trying to get women against the GOP.

During Monday morning on Fox News, the billionaire mogul said in a phone interview that not even women can stomach the Democrats political ploys.

“I think it’s terrible, and I saw the president really about a week ago starting with the women, he’s now trying to get the women against large factions of people, including Republicans,” Trump said during the broadcast. “The women card, now they’re starting, and a lot of women are very angry about it.”

Then, saying he has “been with women,” he declared that as a result he knew “they’re extremely angry about being used.”

His anti-Democratic rant actually started not as yet another ‘war on women’ speech, but as a defense against accusations that surfaced in the past week that the Republicans were tainted and motivated by racism.

On Sunday, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Steve Israel (D-N.Y.) fanned the flames on the GOP racism debate when he insisted while not all Republicans were racist, but “to a significant extent, the Republican base does have elements that are animated by racism. And that’s unfortunate.”

In response, Fox News host Eric Bolling shouted to Trump on Monday, “You have Democrats calling Republicans racist!!!”

That remark sent Trump off on his winding defense of the Republicans where he accused Democrats of playing both the ‘women card’ and the ‘race card’ to turn people against the GOP and make them seem like bigots, something he said cannot be true since Republicans proved they were not racist by voting for Obama.

“A lot of, frankly, Republicans voted for the black president,” Trump said, bemoaning the fact that Obama is now turning that support against the party.

Then “they go and they play the race card,” Trump stressed.  “And it’s really a terrible thing. And I would say he’s out of line.”

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