The Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, has taken further her accusations against Donald Trump, criticizing as a bully against women.
She said that Trump had established a record for “demeaning, degrading, insulting and assaulting” women.
On the other hand, Mr. Trump accused Mrs. Clinton, labeling her as a “corrupt” politician who would “lead to destruction of America’s healthcare system.”
The clashes are happening as the campaigns for the US presidential seat are edging towards an end. They are now in the final week of campaigns. The opinion polls suggest a head-on collision between the two candidates.
Hillary Clinton Take
Clinton took her campaigns to Florida where she appeared on stage with Alicia Machado (former Miss Universe who claimed that Mr Trump once called her “Miss Piggy” after she put on weight).
Ms Machado said that Trump is “cruel” and added that the Republican’s candidate comments saw her face years of war with eating disorders.
The focus on Mr Trump’s treatment of women coincided with a new TV advert put out by the Democrats which showed archive footage of Mr Trump making remarks such as: “Putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing.”
Donald Trump’s Take
Donald Trump took issues with the Affordable Care Act – Obamacare – which he says it is not favorable to the low income families.
He appeared on stage with his running mate Mike Pence and Governor Scott Walker in Wisconsin, referring to Obamacare as a disaster for the American people.
He told the early voters who had already cast their votes for Hillary Clinton to change their ballots before the deadline on Thursday.
The four states, Pennsylvania, Minnesota , Michigan and Wisconsin allow voters to switch their ballots but this practice is not practiced that often.
The two candidates have also been involved in an altercation after the recent revelation of Hillary Clinton’s Email practices.
This revelation has negatively impacted Hillary Clinton, putting her on the defensive instead of spreading positive message in the final weeks of the campaign.