By Marina Troy
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is still confident of winning over women voters, in spite of being accused of making sexist remarks about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
“I’m not worried about losing the chick vote,” said Trump in a radio interview. “Broads love me. I’ve been married three times and host beauty pageants. I know how to talk to broads, they’re not complicated.”
During an interview with FOX News on Sunday, Trump refused to walk back recent disparaging comments he had made about Clinton. Trump accused her of playing the “woman’s card.”
“If she were not a woman, she wouldn’t be in this race,” said Trump on “FOX News Sunday.”
FOX News host Chris Wallace pushed back against Trump’s claims and said it would be tough for him to win with negative ratings from women and Hispanic voters. Wallace showed a Washington Post/ABC poll that stated 75 percent of women held an unfavorable view of Trump.
“You’ve angered a lot of people in this country beyond even the illegal immigrants. In a recent poll, 15 percent of Hispanic voters have a favorable view of you, 81 percent unfavorable,” said Wallace. “I don’t have to tell you, you cannot win in November with those numbers.”