Donald Trump has poor standing with women

Donald Trump has poor standing with women

Washington: After blasting his likely opponent, Hillary Clinton, and his most provocative antagonist, Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Donald Trump now slammed New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, the nation’s only Latina governor and a Republican.

Trump harshly criticized Martinez during a campaign rally in her state Tuesday night, blaming her on state’s economic woes.

He faulted Martinez for an increase in unemployment, for a growing number of food stamp recipients and for New Mexico’s response to the federal government’s resettlement of Syrian refugees in the state.

He said the crowd that it wasn’t their fault it’s their governor’s fault. He said.”We have to get your governor to get going. She’s got to do a better job, OK? Your governor has got to do a better job,” Trump told his crowd in Albuquerque. “She’s not doing the job.”

Trump has poor standing with women. In all three cases he has the horrible issues with women both in his political and personal life.
He is the candidate who speaks about women as objects and animals. He is the man known for “personally evaluating.”

Clinton said on Wednesday when her campaign stop in California that. “He makes a habit of insulting women,” she added. “He seems to have something about women.”

“I don’t know whether it makes him feel good to insult people,” Clinton said . “I don’t understand the motivation.”