Donald Trump's New Low: Bill Clinton Seen Sucking On Cigar In Latest Attack Ad Against Hillary Clinton

While Hillary Clinton is still trying to secure the Democratic nomination due to an unyielding Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump has already ramped up the attack against the former First Lady. And it isn't pretty.

The attack ad in question was posted on Donald Trump's Instagram. The clip is captioned, "Is Hillary really protecting women?"

The ad shows a photo Bill Clinton superimposed on the image of a White House. A huge cigar dangles from his mouth. Meanwhile, audio clips of women who have purportedly been sexually abused by the former president can be heard.

At the end of the clip, Hillary Clinton's cackling is featured.

Roger Stone, Trump's political advisor, said that the billionaire businessman's campaign will continue to be unfiltered.

"What Trump is going to do only Trump knows," he said.

"Trump is not scripted, he's not programmed and he's not handled, but he can read, and he does know the facts about the Clintons."
In an interview, Donald Trump already said that the controversy surrounding the Clintons would be at the core of his case against the former First Lady. He also complained about "nasty" comments made about him by the Clintons.
"They said things about me which were very nasty. And I don't want to play that game at all. I don't want to play it — at all. But they said things about me that were very nasty.

"And, you know, as long as they do that, you know, I will play at whatever level I have to play at. I think I've proven that."

But not everybody is impressed. One outlet didn't mince words as it called the attack ad by Donald Trump "f***ing gross."

Marcy Steph, an executive at Emily's List, a political action committee backing Hillary Clinton, said that ad only perpetuated Donald Trump's views on women. She said that the GOP presumptive presidential nominee is a known misogynist whose own record against women is far from spotless. In fact, the ad doesn't derail the former First Lady's campaign but only trained the spotlight back on the real estate mogul. She continued to criticize Trump's view of women.

"It's these types of attacks that only draw more attention from Trump's extreme and hateful worldview toward women."
Donald Trump has accused the former State Secretary of twice victimizing the women allegedly abused by her husband while he's still in the White House.

According to him, by staying silent amid all the allegations against her husband, Hillary Clinton is sending out the message that what he's doing is alright.

Trump preached to supporters during a recent political rally about Bill and Hillary Clinton's abuse of women.

"Hillary hurt many women — the women that he abused, and just remember this — she was an unbelievably nasty, mean enabler, and what she did to a lot of those women is disgraceful."
Bill Clinton was impeached after Monica Lewinsky stepped out to admit that she had an affair with him. It was only the third time in the country's history that a sitting president was impeached.Meanwhile, Nick Merrill, campaign spokesperson, also released a statement denouncing the attack ad by Donald Trump against Hillary Clinton.

The statement read, "Trump is doing what he does best — attacking when he feels wounded and dragging the American people through the mud for his own gain. If that's the kind of campaign he wants to run, that's his choice."

Former President Bill Clinton, meanwhile, is unfazed by the attacks as he earlier said he doesn't have to say anything about Donald Trump's accusations.

"No. I think people are smart enough to figure this out without my help," he claimed.

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