Republican primary front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Republican threatens to push for Rosenstein impeachment unless he testifies Judge suggests Trump’s tweet about Stormy Daniels was ‘hyperbole’ not defamation Rosenstein faces Trump showdown MORE says Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham Clinton2016 pollsters erred by not weighing education on state level, says political analyst Could President Trump's talk of a 'red wave' cause his supporters to stay home in midterms? Dem group targets Trump in M voter registration campaign: report MORE is not a “victim” of her husband’s infidelity, but rather served as an “enabler” for his licentiousness.

“She’s not a victim. She was an enabler,” Trump said in an interview on “Fox News Sunday.” “She worked with him. She was – some of the women have been totally destroyed. Some of these women have been destroyed. And Hillary worked with him.”

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“I mean, there’s no — there’s no feeling sorry for Hillary in this situation,” he added.

Trump said his accusations of adultery, sexual assault and harassment against former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonFeehery: Are you (October) surprised? Why must everything Rosenstein be filled with drama?   Judge denies bid to move lawsuit over Trump national monument rollbacks to Utah MORE are “fair game” because he is campaigning for his wife, the Democratic primary front-runner.

“So, I thought it was appropriate, to be honest,” he said. “I thought it was appropriate. He’s campaigning for the wife.”

“So, with all of that happening, I think he’s fair game,” he added.

The billionaire businessman has traded accusations of sexism with the Clintons in recent week as the former president has taken to the campaign trail in Iowa and New Hampshire.

“I have more respect for women than Hillary Clinton has,” he said. “I have more respect than Hillary Clinton, OK?”