Pro-Clinton Super Pac hits Donald Trump

Meanwhile, Trump is meeting with some diplomatic and political heavyweights this week

(CNN) – Serving up only a sample of the battle to come, a Pro-Hillary Clinton Super Pac launched an all-out assault on Donald Trump with new attack ads that use the real estate tycoon’s own words against him.

The ad went as followed, “If Ivanka weren’t my daughter perhaps I’d be dating her and you can tell them to go (bleep) themselves. Does Donald trump really speak for you?”

The spots’ main goal: Capitalize early on Trump’s negative poll numbers with women voters.

The ad continues, “Do you believe in punishment for abortion, yes or no, as a principle? The answer is that there has to be some form of punishment”

Trump, who’s accused Clinton of playing the, quote, “woman card” wasted no time lashing back, tweeting that one of the soundbites used in the ad was aimed at china, saying, “Crooked Hillary Clinton put out an ad where I am misquoted on women. Can’t believe she would misrepresent the facts! My hit was on China.”

Trump then took the fight to Bill Clinton, tweeting, “Amazing that crooked Hillary can do a hit ad on me concerning women when her husband was the worst abuser of woman in U.S. political history.” Trump’s aides say team Clinton’s attacks won’t stick.

Donald Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen said, “Unfortunately for her, it’s not going to work because women understand Donald Trump is not sexist. He’s not misogynistic.”

The punches below the belt may be expected, but they seem all the more glaring considering the chummy images of Clinton/Trump golf outings or the glowing comments Trump and the Clintons have made about each other in recent years.

Bill Clinton explained, “Donald Trump has been uncommonly nice to Hillary and me. We’re all new yorkers. I like him and I love playing golf with him.”

Donald Trump went on to say, “I’ve always liked her on a very personal basis. I’ve liked her and her husband a lot.” With an expected win in Oregon, the primaries are all but behind Trump.

He’s now on the edge of the number of delegates needed to clinch the nomination, which makes him the leader of the Republican Party. In the eyes of house speaker Paul Ryan, “He’s wrapping up the nomination. Good lord I hope it is because the person who’s getting the nomination of our party is the person to lead our party.”

Meanwhile, Trump is meeting with some diplomatic and political heavyweights this week. He’ll talk with former secretary of state henry Kissinger Tuesday, then host a fundraiser with New Jersey governor Chris Christie Thursday.

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