“Donald Trump has made it entirely clear throughout the entirety of this campaign that he would be a terrible choice for women voters and women broadly,” former Clinton policy adviser Neera Tanden said on a call held by the Democratic presidential front-runner’s campaign.The call comes as the Clinton campaign has stepped up its attacks on Trump since the businessman became the presumptive GOP nominee last week. “Hillary is definitely running an issues campaign, and Donald is trying to change the subject,” Sen.Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) said on the call, adding, “The facts do speak for themselves. There is a gender gap in pay.” Tanden criticized Trump for his opposition to the right to an abortion as well as his positions on four economic issues: equal pay, the minimum wage, childcare and taxes. This former Clinton adviser thinks that a family who has been known to sexually assault women in the past is the best choice for American women. Yet alone yesterday 75 percent of West Virginian women who voted in the states Republican primary voted for Trump. So obviously the Hidabeast team doesn't understand how American women feel. Promoting abortion on your campaign actually makes you unpopular with women for the most part in America, because women 80 percent of time feel a special connection with human life being attached to them in their womb. Most women around America feel as if abortion should be considered murder when a baby in the womb is defenseless. Most women who abort their kids more then likely simply don't want the responsibility of taking care of a child. Clinton also forgets that women in America support the military more then males do, and when you can't answer questions on why four brave Americans got killed in Benghazi you will likely loose that support from those women also. Women in America should never forget the words you uttered, when a women of power said what difference does it make when you got four Americans killed when you did not back them up with help.