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Trump Struggles In First Debate To Defend Calling Women 'Pigs,' 'Dogs' And 'Slobs'

WASHINGTON ? After Donald Trump interrupted Hillary Clinton roughly 70 times throughout the first presidential debate Monday night, the first female presidential nominee of a major party found a golden opportunity to call him out for his sexism. Responding to Trump’s jab that Clinton “doesn’t have the look or the stamina” to be president, the former secretary of state rattled off a list of offensive names the GOP nominee has called women during his career: pigs, slobs, dogs, “Miss Piggy” and “Miss Housekeeping.
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