By now, everyone should be used to Donald Trump’s straightforward approach to just about everything — except maybe those who fall victim to his remarks.
Trump went after Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz with a remark that cut right to the truth on “Brietbart News Daily” on Monday.
“You have this crazy Wasserman-Schultz — Deborah Wasserman-Schultz — who is in there, a highly neurotic woman,” Trump said.
“This is a woman that is a terrible person. I watch her on television. She’s a terrible person,” he added.
This isn’t the first time Trump has gone after Wasserman-Schultz. He criticized the chairwoman over the summer for stumbling to answer a question about the difference between Democrats and Socialists.
Trump has run into trouble in the past with his remarks about women — namely his clashes with Fox News host Megyn Kelly and presidential rival Carly Fiorina. Despite what appeared to be an initial backlash, Trump still managed to stay ahead in the polls.
It should be noted, however, that Trump manages to stay afloat regardless of what he says about women — and just about everything else for that matter.
Ever since he announced his candidacy, Trump has managed to baffle his opponents by remaining highly popular with American voters. It’s hard not to enjoy Trump steamrolling his way across the political landscape.