Transcript for Donald Trump Fires Away at Both Bill and Hillary Clinton
I'm Cecilia Vega. If you thought the race for the white house couldn't get any nastier, it just did and in the most personal way. Late today Donald Trump launched a blistering new attack on not just Hillary Clinton but her husband bill too. Yes, trump went there after the former president's sex scandals. The presumptive G.O.P. Front-runner also fired off at top members of his own party who refused to back him, telling them, he doesn't want or need their help. ABC's Mary Bruce on the campaign trail leading us off tonight. Reporter: Tonight Donald Trump is taking aim at both Clintons. She's married to a man who was the worst abuser of women in the history of politics. And Hillary was an enabler and she treated these women horribly, just remember this, and some of those women were destroyed not by him but by the way that Hillary Clinton treated them after everything went down. Reporter: And blasting Hillary Clinton for saying he treats women badly. She's going, did you hear that Donald Trump raised his voice while speaking to a woman. Oh, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I mean, all of the men, we're petrified to speak to women anymore. We may raise our voice. You know what, the women get it better than we do, folks. All right? They get it better than we do. Reporter: Trump's attacks coming after Clinton gave him a new nickname. And their presumptive nominee, otherwise called their presumptuous nominee. Reporter: Trump isn't just fighting with Clinton. He's also at war with members of his own party who won't endorse him. Most everybody has endorsed me other than Paul Ryan. I don't know what went wrong there. Reporter: The two will meet face-to-face next week after the speaker's bombshell announcement. I would bet if he had that decision to do again he would have done it the simple way. I endorse trump. Reporter: While the list of republicans turning their backs against trump is growing, we asked voters what they think. To use a trump-ism if I could do that, is just suck it up. Suck it up? Suck it up, come on guys. Reporter: Others are struggling with the idea of trump at the top of the G.O.P. Ticket. How could we as an American people actually vote for somebody with this kind of character and be comfortable with this man being our leader? Mary there with the voters and now joining us from a trump rally in Washington. Mary, Donald Trump hit both Clintons hard today. Her campaign had said they didn't want to get in the mud. What are they saying tonight? Reporter: Well, Cecilia, so far no response yet from the Clinton camp about those latest attacks. We'll have to see if they can stick to that strategy. Big enthusiastic trump crowds like this are likely to further egg him on. Cecilia? Thank you. Donald Trump seeming to shrug off G.O.P. Leaders refusing to support him. He sits down with George stephanopoulos on "This week" take a listen. Does the party have to be together? Does it have to be unified? I'm different than everybody else what happens who he run for office. I actually don't think so. It doesn't have to be? No, I don't think so. I think it would be better if it were unified. But I don't think it has to be unified. If the party is split, how do you win? Because I think I'm going to go out and I'm going to get millions of people from the democrats. I'm going to get Bernie people to vote because they like me on trade. I have to stay true to my principles also and I'm a conservative but don't forget this is called the republican party. It's not called the conservative party. There are conservative parties. This is called the republican party. You can see that full interview. It airs tomorrow morning on "This week" right here on ABC. We want to turn to our other
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