May 11, 2016 08:48 AM EDT

U.S. Election 2016 News: Donald Trump Slams Hillary Clinton For Husband's Infidelity

Recent U.S. election 2016 news revealed that Donald Trump has blasted Hillary Clinton for her husband's past infidelities. The presumptive GOP nominee has called the Democratic party candidate an "enabler."

ABC Online reported that Donald Trump has depicted Hillary Clinton to be an "enabler" of Bill Clinton's cheating issues before. The publication noted that this was "the latest nasty and deeply personal turn in the US presidential campaign."

"Hillary hurt many women - the women that he abused," Trump said in a rally in Spokane, Washington. "And just remember this - she was an unbelievably nasty, mean enabler, and what she did to a lot of those women is disgraceful. Some of those women were destroyed not by him, but by the way that Hillary Clinton treated them after everything went down."

Donald Trump has previously accused Hillary Clinton of using her gender to gain political advantage. He also added that the Democrat candidate would not be deemed as a qualified presidential aspirant if not for her gender.

Meanwhile, the presumptive GOP nominee has been accused of misogyny from Clinton's camp. The real estate mogul is criticized for his use abusive words such as "bimbo" and "fat pig."

U.S. election 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has vowed that she will not engage in the same manner of mudslinging as Trump. Reuters reported that the former first lady lost to Bernie Sanders in West Virginia on Tuesday.

Trump has revealed that he has thought about raising taxes on wealthy Americans. "I am willing to pay more, and you know what, the wealthy are willing to pay more," he said on ABC's "This Week" show.

He has proposed to reduce the highest income-tax rate to 25 percent from the current 39.6 percent rate. Donald Trump has admitted, though, that his original proposal is still "a concept" and may be changed after negotiations with Congress.

"The middle class has to be protected," he added. "The rich are probably going to end up paying more."

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