Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke on Sunday blasted former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonState Dept: Russia’s allegations about American citizens ‘absolutely absurd’ Trump on possible sit-down with Mueller: 'I've always wanted to do an interview' Election Countdown: Senate, House Dems build cash advantage | 2020 Dems slam Trump over Putin presser | Trump has M in war chest | Republican blasts parents for donating to rival | Ocasio-Cortez, Sanders to campaign in Kansas MORE over her comments regarding allegations of sexual assault in connection with President Trump.

"If there's one person in the United States of America, maybe in the world who has no respect for the victims of sexual assault, the women who have been sexually assaulted or have been subjected to that sort of behavior in the workplace, it's Mrs. Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonDon't place all your hopes — or fears — on a new Supreme Court justice Why did it take so long for Trump to drain the swamp of Pruitt? An orthodox legal life and the case for Judge Kavanaugh MORE. She doesn't care about those women," Clarke said on "Fox & Friends."

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"The reputation of her husband, to prop him up in the White House was more important to her than these victims," he said, referencing past sexual assault accusations against former President Bill Clinton. 

Clarke's comments come after the former Democratic nominee told the BBC's Andrew Marr in an interview that Trump was a "sexual assaulter," after being asked about the the slew of allegations made in recent weeks against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.  

"This kind of behavior cannot be tolerated anywhere, whether it's in entertainment, politics, after all we have someone admitting to being a sexual assaulter in the Oval Office," Clinton said. 

Trump faced fierce backlash during the 2016 campaign after a behind-the-scenes "Access Hollywood" tape of him bragging about groping and kissing women surfaced.  

However, Republicans have taken aim at Clinton for accepting campaign donations from Weinstein, and waiting five days to condemn his actions. 

Clinton announced on Wednesday that she would donate the money Weinstein contributed to her campaign.