Former Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., said the women of America need to join her in rallying behind Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
In two separate interviews, Bachmann, a staunch conservative, said the issue to focus upon is not how Trump talked while he was still in the world of real estate development and entertainment, but what his election means for the future.
“What we need to look at is President Trump vs. President Hillary Clinton and what that would mean for women in America,” Bachmann said Wednesday on Trending Today USA on the USA Radio Network.
Bachmann said that having known Trump for four to five years, “What you see is what you get.”
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Bachmann said there is no conflict for her between supporting Trump and living out the values that are most dear to her.
“I’m a full-throated, unapologetic conservative and I can easily get behind Donald Trump. I’m a woman of faith,” she said. “I’m a born-again believer in Jesus Christ and have been for 42 years and I have no problem supporting this man.”
In a Tuesday interview with American Pastors Network President Sam Rohrer, Bachmann said media critics are holding Trump to a vastly different standard than the one to which former President Bill Clinton is held.
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“There’s no similarity between what Donald Trump said 11 years ago and what Bill Clinton did,” Bachmann said. “Is sexual assault against women a big issue? You bet it is.”
“And the best thing that Christian men can do is make sure that Hillary Clinton does not become president and the best thing that Christian women can do is make sure that Hillary Clinton does not become president,” she said.
Bachmann noted that on the most critical issue facing women, Trump is on the right side.
“Donald Trump has already released a list of only pro-life judges that he will support,” the former congresswoman promised. “Hillary Clinton will set a standard in this country that will lead to even more sexual assaults against women because she will be setting an anti-biblical agenda.”
Bachmann also said that disaffection with Trump is not as widespread as the media would make Americans believe. She said that after a Monday conference call by House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., many members of Congress were confused by what Ryan was doing in telling them he would no longer defend Trump but would not rescind his endorsement.
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