Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump of Sexism and Racism over his treatment of Ex Miss Universe, Alicia Machado, who won the contest 20 years ago and then quickly gained some 50lbs in weight. Now the media is squealing that it’s beneath Trump and his surrogates to defend his position or to tell the real Machado story.
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Fox News’ Megyn Kelly noted that Machado says Trump’s comments helped drive her into eating disorders, including anorexia and bulimia, then read a 1997 interview inThe Washington Post in which Machado appears to say she had eating disorders for years before winning Miss Universe. Machado said no, “I never had any problem before the Miss Universe” pageant. “No, I’m sorry, but that was not true,” she added after Kelly read the quote. “Maybe in that moment, they — the company, Miss Universe, and in specific, this person — they manipulated a lot of information about me.”
If Trump is attacked by his opponent in front of over 80 million viewers, then repeatedly attacked after by the media and Machado herself, is it legitimate to respond?