WASHINGTON (AP) - WASHINGTON (AP) — Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is on the attack against Republican Donald Trump for his attitude toward women. Clinton spoke in Washington yesterday as top party leaders continued to line up behind her candidacy. Trump wasn't too far away, in Richmond, Virginia where he ditched the teleprompter and conciliatory tone after one speech.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The presumptive presidential nominees for the Republican and Democratic parties aren't mincing words. In an unabashedly feminist attack, Hillary Clinton assailed Donald Trump saying that "doesn't hold women in high regard." Trump charged that Clinton "hates" the president, denied he's a racist and called Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren "Pocahontas." Warren is the subject of vice presidential whispers.