Paul Manafort on Tuesday fired back at accusations that Melania Trump plagiarized her speech to the Republican National Convention from Michelle Obama, by claiming that presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton pushed the story in an effort to “destroy” a woman she felt threatened by.

“The Clinton camp was the first to get out there and try to say that there was something untoward about the speech that Melania Trump gave,” Manafort, who serves as Trump’s campaign chairman, told reporters Tuesday morning.

“It’s just another example as far as we’re concerned where when Hillary Clinton is threatened by a female, the first thing she does is try to destroy the person,” he added. “It’s politics, we recognize it and we’re just going to move on.”

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