NEW YORK (FOX 5 NY) - GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has made it clear that nothing is off-limits to him when it comes to rival Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Trump has called her out for her involvement in past efforts to discredit women linked to former President Bill Clinton, while portraying herself as a champion of women.
In a new advertisement, the former President is depicted as a rapist. It includes clips of a interview in 1999 on Dateline with Juanita Broaddrick, a former nursing-home administrator who claims Clinton raped her in Arkansas 38 years ago.
Clinton isn't showing any signs of weakness in reaction to the ad.
With just weeks away from wrapping up the Democratic nomination, friends, aides and supporters describe a candidate unconcerned by what she expects will be Trump's increasingly direct attacks on her marriage and husband's personal indiscretions.
They say Clinton believes she can turn Trump's personal criticisms to her benefit -- particularly among suburban women who may be crucial to her hopes in the fall.
With the Associated Press