There's no shortage of sexist, insulting remarks Donald Trump has uttered about women (opens in new tab) during his roughly four decades of public life. And a new ad presents them in a powerful way: by having real women read the disgusting things he's said about women. A couple highlights (or, really, lowlights):
The ad is from a Republican anti-Trump group called Our Principles PAC, which was created by people who worked for the Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush campaigns, according to Vox.com (opens in new tab). The group's aim is to stop Trump, and, as Vox.com notes, the ad is also a likely preview of how Hillary Clinton—if she wins the Democratic nomination—will attack Trump, if he secures the Republican nomination.
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