Oh, brother. Via Raw Story:
Donald Trump surrogate Scottie Nell Hughes defended the GOP hopeful over the weekend after he came under fire for appearing to equate the death of a soldier in the Iraq war to “sacrifices” he made during his business career.
While speaking to ABC News on Sunday, Trump fired back against criticism from Khizr Khan, the Muslim father of a fallen U.S. soldier who died in Iraq, and argued that he had also “made a lot of sacrifices.”
Several hours later, Hillary Clinton surrogate Bernard Whitman called out Trump during a CNN panel discussion with Hughes.
“You know what, creating jobs caused him to be at work, which cost him two marriages,” Hughes asserted. “Time away from his family to sit there and invest.”
“Infidelity cost him,” Whitman interrupted. “No, actually being away from his family, he’s admitted it,” Hughes shot back.