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Hillary Clinton is not a fan of the way Donald Trump speaks about women. 

Both Hillary and Donald are rival presidential candidates and have been exchanging jabs in the media for quite some time. 

That’s sort of what happens, but Hillary has taken issue with a lot of Trump’s comments towards women. 

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His comments are actually despicable. 

Fat-shaming Alicia Machado was not Trump’s finest moment and people are outraged with the words that have escaped his mouth. 

He took aim at Alicia due to gaining weight during her Miss Universe reign. 

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That’s totally not okay, but it lifted the lid on some of the other things he has said over the years. 

A clip from Showbiz Tonight has been doing the rounds on the internet, for all the wrong reasons. 

Is there ever right reasons when Trump is concerned?

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The clip involves Donald trashing a pregnant Kim Kardashian. 

Yes, it was about her weight.

“She’s gotten a little bit large, revealed Trump.

"I would say this, I don’t think you should dress like you weigh 120 pounds.”

Shaming a woman about her weight is a big no-no. 

The fact he also trashes pregnant women further fuels the fact that he’s not a very nice person. 

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Trump has also targeted Rosie O’Donnell and made fun of her. 

Hillary Clinton has now spoke out in defense of the three women.

“What kind of man stays up all night to smear a woman with lies and conspiracy theories?” asked the former First Lady.

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She continued, “Alicia deserves praise for courageously standing up to Trump’s attacks. And he has the gall to blame her — and say he ‘helped’?” Clinton went on to note, “Trump obsessively bullies Rosie O’Donnell — an accomplished actor. He insulted Kim Kardashian for her weight — when she was pregnant. Pathetic.”

“We’ve heard Donald’s insults for years, and his policies reflect this disregard — even contempt — for women,” Clinton added.

Both Clinton and Trump faced off in the Presidential Debate, which was televised on September 26. 

Have a look at some of the key moments below:

They will face off again on October 9. 

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