Following massive victories in five primaries on the East Coast, GOP front runner Donald Trump declared himself the presumptive Republican nominee and announced that he ‘will have to get used to Hillary Clinton’s shouting over the next four or five months’.
— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) April 27, 2016
In an appearance on Morning Joe, Trump responded to Clinton’s jibe at him over comments he made saying the only card she has to play is “the woman card”.
Clinton said Tuesday, “The other day, Mr. Trump accused me of playing the, quote, ‘woman card.’ Well, if fighting for for women’s health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the women’s card, then deal me in.”
When asked to respond on the comments, Trump stated “Well, I haven’t quite recovered — it’s early in the morning — from her shouting that message.”
“And I know a lot of people would say you can’t say that about a woman, because of course a woman doesn’t shout.” Trump said sarcastically.
“But the way she shouted that message was not — eww — that’s the way she said it, and I guess I’ll have to get used to a lot of that over the next four or five months,” the billionaire candidate added.
When asked for his view on women’s issues and how he could measure up to Hillary, Trump replied “Well, we’re going to do very well. We’re going to do very well with Hillary and women as soon as we start our process against her.”
“We’re going to do very well. I don’t even know if it’s going to be Hillary. I mean we’re all waiting to find out what happens with the email scandal. I don’t know what’s going on with the email scandal. It’s taking longer and longer. She’s guilty. Everybody knows she’s guilty, but they don’t want to go after her. It’s going to be an interesting thing, but she’s got a problem. Because people that did far less are sitting in jail cells.” Trump added.
When asked if he also thinks Bernie Sanders shouts too much, Trump declared “Well Bernie Sanders has a message that’s interesting, I’m going to be taking a lot of things that Bernie’s said and reusing them,” Trump said, referring to Sanders’ attacks on Clinton.
“I can get some very good material.” Trump quipped.
Tuesday night, following his huge victories, Trump called on his rivals John Kasich and Ted Cruz, now mathematically eliminated, to drop out.
“They should drop out, because, frankly, they have no path to victory,” Trump said.
The Morning Joe anchors also interviewed former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele, asking him “Trump calls himself the presumptive nominee, what should we call him?”
“The presumptive nominee,” Steele responded. “If he were any other candidate, that’s exactly what everyone in Washington and around the country would be calling him inside the GOP.”
“Donald Trump put together a massive coalition of support last night. He’s now winning in every region of the country,” Steele added.
“I think the party should spend less time trying to deconstruct this opportunity for Donald Trump and figure out how to help him be a successful candidate against Hillary Clinton in November.” Steele concluded.
Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com