— HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Republican front-runner Donald Trump’s opinion of Hillary Clinton seems a bit murky, as he homes in on who may be his eventual opponent.
Addressing thousands of people at the Pennsylvania Farm Expo in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Thursday, he began by slamming “Crooked Hillary,” adding how her Democratic rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, has suggested that she might be unqualified to be president.
"I don’t know, I think she’s qualified, I guess. But that doesn’t mean she’s good,” the businessman said.
But, in the next breath, he seemed to change his mind.
“He [Sanders] said she is not qualified to be president. Now, what he meant is because her judgment is so bad,” Trump said. “So Bernie Sanders, not me, said she’s not qualified. So now I’m going to say she’s not qualified, OK.”
This is not the first time Trump has wavered about his thoughts on Clinton. He said in a 2007 interview that she would do a good job "cutting a nuclear deal with Iran because she "always surrounded herself with very good people."
But, at least for now, there is one position that Trump maintains; that his old acquaintance would be no match for him.
“We’re kicking ass,” he said.