Brian Kilmeade brought in Brad Woodhouse of Correct the Record to discuss Hillary Clinton's strategy for "taking down" Donald Trump on Fox & Friends (Fox News/screen grab)

Fox & Friends' Brian Kilmeade insists Trump can't be attacked as sexist because he had "a female foreman" in the '80s and "has females all over the place"

The implication is clearly that Trump supporters are single-candidate voters


Scott Kaufman
March 2, 2016 6:36PM (UTC)

On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Brian Kilmeade brought in Brad Woodhouse of Correct the Record to discuss Hillary Clinton's strategy for "taking down" Donald Trump.

"I don't think there's a strategy to make him — seem — like a sexist," Woodhouse said. "He may — be — a sexist, but I don't think that's going to work. I actually think the strategy for Donald Trump is still being worked out."

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"As someone who was involved in the campaign against Mitt Romney," he continued, "I don't think there will be any one silver bullet." In this, Woodhouse is certainly correct, since Romney's campaign was torpedoed by his comment about the 47 percent, whereas Trump inaugurated his campaign with a far more offensive statement about Mexicans being racist and has only upped the ante in the months since.

Woodhouse suggested that Clinton should perhaps align herself with Megyn Kelly, as the attacks on her by Trump "could become an issue in the race," but even he doesn't "see them as being the predominant ones."

Kilmeade noted that the sexism angle won't work because Trump Tower had "a female foreman" in the 1980s, and he "has females all over the place," including his daughter, who "has a prominent position in the company."

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