ABC: Women Will Be ‘Upset’ With Trump’s Attacks on Clinton Affairs

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<p>[See <a href="http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/scott-whitlock/2016/05/24/abc-women…; for more.] Journalist and Hillary Clinton fan Cokie Roberts on Tuesday insisted that women will be &ldquo;upset&rdquo; if Donald Trump continues to highlight Bill Clinton&rsquo;s past affairs and mistreatment of women. Talking to former Clinton operative turned <em>Good Morning America</em> co-host George Stephanopoulos, Roberts huffed, &ldquo;Women will be very upset if they think that another woman is being blamed for her husband&#39;s infidelities.&rdquo; She also insisted that Trump&rsquo;s new campaign ads will have &ldquo;very little effect.&rdquo; Stephanopoulos described the Republican as &ldquo;going into the playbook of the 1990s.&rdquo;</p>

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