In case you thought Donald Trump couldn't play any dirtier, he's now turned his attention to his presumed opponent's past marital problems. "She was an unbelievably nasty, mean enabler, and what she did to a lot of those women was disgraceful," he said in reference to Bill Clinton's mistresses at a rally in Eugene, Oregon, NBC reports.
Addressing accusations about his own misogyny, he said, "Nobody in this country, and maybe in the history of the country politically, was worse than Bill Clinton with women."
"I think that Hillary should run with goofy Elizabeth Warren. I would love to beat them," he added. (Clinton is still in the early stages of her search for a vice president, but some are hoping for a Warren vice presidency.) He then repeatedly called the Massachusetts senator a "goofus"—a word we can now add to "bigly" and "shlonged" on the list of Trump's neologisms.
While describing Warren as a "goofus" may be a first for Trump, describing Clinton as an "enabler" is not. In an interview with Fox News in January, he said she was "not a victim" of her husband's infidelity but rather "an enabler... She worked with him."
He followed up on his name-calling of Clinton and Warren via Twitter, leading to an online feud with Warren.