Just handing out lightbulbs.
The Democratic nominee, along with top surrogates and allies, has seized on Trump’s recent comment that Clinton does not have a “presidential look,” using the comment to depict him as sexist.
The former secretary of State also laid into Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus for his tweet that she looked “angry” during an MSNBC presidential forum.
Clinton didn’t rule out sexism when asked if she was being treated differently in the political race because she is a woman.
“I'm going to let all of you ponder that last question,” the first female presidential nominee replied with a grin at a press conference.
“I think there will be a lot of Ph.D. theses and popular journalism writing on that subject for years to come. I don’t take my advice and I don’t take anything seriously that comes from the RNC.”
“Everyone can see that as the sad, misogynistic, sexist rhetoric that I hoped we had moved beyond in the 21st century,” the former first lady's daughter said.
Earlier this year, Clinton fired at Trump for saying that if she were a man, “she would get 5 percent of the vote.” The billionaire criticized Clinton at the time for playing the “woman card.”
“They're pretty quick to yell sexism in a crowded theater ... but constantly playing the victim card is not something you do from a position of strength,” said Republican strategist Matt Mackowiak.
Mackowiak said playing up gender is a “risk that can backfire” especially because “the first to make inroads with the other [demographic] will win.”
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