“I have a very long history of working for women.
I worked in the Reagan administration as deputy assistant secretary of defense and my wife was secretary of state,” she told the crowd.
“We were in the middle of the Carter administration.
We had a young secretary of the Navy.
It’s a very different experience from the other women I have worked with.””
The women I know and the women who have been working in the White House and in the Cabinet, they have never had to worry about being sexually harassed.
It’s a very different experience from the other women I have worked with.”
She added that, like all women, she would never do anything to hurt a man.
Trump’s new campaign manager, Stephanie Cutter, went on to explain that the president’s strategy was a response to the “unbelievable” attacks on the country and the nation’s women.
“Women and girls around the world have been devastated by these attacks on women,” she said.
“Our country was founded on the idea that all people are created equal.
I believe that women and girls are born with inherent worth, and that our country is a nation of equal opportunity for everyone.”
The president also used the speech to make a number of personal attacks on Clinton.
“I am proud of my wife, Michelle, and the tremendous job she has done,” Trump said.
The president added that “women are the most resilient and smartest people on the planet.”
“You know what?
We have to fight back, we have to stay strong, we must get it done,” he said.