On Monday, triggered by Donald Trump’s attacks on Bill Clinton’s rancid history with women, an ABC reporter asked Clinton if Trump’s reference to his history as “fair game” was accurate, prompting a fumbling, bumbling evasive response.

Cecilia Vega asked, “If I may, Mr. President. Donald Trump says your past is fair game. I’ve got to ask you, you going out on the trail: is it fair game?”

Clinton mumbled, “… the Republicans have to decide who they want to nominate … Now the Democrats in this country think Hillary would be the best president. And I think there’s always an attempt to take the election away from the people so I am just going to give it to them.”

Appearing on the Today Show December 29, Trump had stated, “But there certainly were a lot of abuse of women, you look at whether it's Monica Lewinsky or Paula Jones, or any of them, and that certainly will be fair game. Certainly, if they play the woman's card with respect to me, that will be fair game."

Trump’s attack was defended by Carly Fiorina, who added, "Hillary Clinton, first of all, calls everybody a sexist and that's not fair game. She called Bernie Sanders a sexist because he criticized her. She's going to play that card, we need to be realistic, and of course she's going to talk about the Republican war on women, which doesn't exist."

Bill Clinton’s laughable attempt to portray himself as the soul of compassion rings hollow in the face of numerous charges made of his alleged sexual assaults; his verbiage championing his “giving” has a distinct double-entendre ring when paired with the allegations of him “giving’ himself to so many victims.