Trump Wants Credit For Not Bringing Up Bill Clinton’s Sex Scandals In Debate

From Talking Points Memo:

Donald Trump claimed he stopped himself from saying something that he described as “rough” during Monday night’s debate, which, judging from comments from him post-debate, were linked to former President Bill Clinton’s sex scandals.

During a debate question about comments Trump has made about women, Trump began defending himself, and confessed to the audience that he had begun to say something “extremely rough” about the Clintons and then stopped himself.

“You want to know the truth, I was going to say something extremely rough to Hillary, to her family and I said to myself, I can’t do it,” Trump said. “I just can’t do it.”

While many speculated on what that could mean, Trump seemed to drop another breadcrumb, during an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity after the debate, saying that he was going to bring up “what’s been going on in their life” but stopped himself because of respect for Chelsea Clinton, who was in the room.