Pro-Clinton super-PACs are preparing to launch attacks on Donald TrumpDonald TrumpClinton holds huge ground game advantage over Team Trump WATCH LIVE: Clinton, Kaine rally supporters in Pennsylvania Huckabee to Biden: Trump can land a 'face kick' MORE for “sexism,” longtime Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonClinton holds huge ground game advantage over Team Trump WATCH LIVE: Clinton, Kaine rally supporters in Pennsylvania Bill Clinton: We're entering era that will 'make the 90s look like small potatoes' MORE supporter David Brock will announce Saturday.
“Whether he’s mocking Carly Fiorina’s face, suggesting Megyn Kelly was on her period, or talking about Hillary getting ‘schlonged,’ Trump is the last stand of the angry white man,” Brock plans to say in Arizona, according to the Washington Post.
Brock and other pro-Clinton strategists say they expect Trump to prove an especially divisive candidate among women in the general election, when Clinton will make her gender and the prospect of breaking the nation’s “hardest, highest glass ceiling” a major issue.
“Should Trump be the Republican nominee, the prospect of a record-setting gender gap is, well, huuuge,” Brock will say, according to The Post. “In fact, a Hillary-versus-Trump race will likely produce the biggest gender gap in the history of modern American politics.”
Brock will argue that while Trump’s personal attacks on fellow male Republican presidential candidates have worked well, his disparagement of prominent women “fell flat.”
Brock is the co-founder of American Bridge and Correct the Record, two pro-Clinton groups.
Clinton accused Trump of having a “penchant for sexism” in December, after Trump made a seemingly vulgar reference in saying Clinton “got schlonged” in the 2008 presidential race.
Trump responded immediately by bringing up former President Bill ClintonBill ClintonBill Clinton: We're entering era that will 'make the 90s look like small potatoes' Trump son: Talk like father's leaked 2005 tapes 'a fact of life' Is Georgia turning blue? MORE’s sex scandals, saying Hillary Clinton bullied her husband’s accusers.
Trump has since bragged that he was able to neutralize Clinton’s “war on women” claims by putting attention on the sex scandals.