Bernie Sanders didn't want to hear about Hillary Clinton's 'damn emails,' so he certainly doesn't want to hear about Bill Clinton's sex life.
Sanders was asked during both of his Sunday show appearances today whether Donald Trump bringing up Bill Clinton's sexual indiscretions of the past was fair game.
'No,' Sanders stated to CNN's Dana Bash. 'I think we have got more important things to worry about in this country than Bill Clinton's sex life.'
As Hillary Clinton has stepped up her criticism of Donald Trump, the billionaire businessman has hit back by trying to remind voters of the '90s.
'If Hillary thinks she can unleash her husband, with his terrible record of women abuse, while playing the women's card on me, she's wrong!' Trump tweeted last week, later bringing up the names Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones.
Sanders wasn't interested in labeling Bill Clinton as a sex pest, even though it might be a politically advantageous move, as the Vermont senator hopes to overtake Hillary Clinton in Iowa, the state that holds the first caucus.
'I think that Donald Trump might want to concern himself with the fact that he's dead wrong when he says we should not raise the minimum wage, he's dead wrong when he says that wages in America are too high,' Sanders began.
He's dead wrong when he thinks we should give huge tax breaks to billionaires like himself, and he's dead wrong when he thinks that climate change is a hoax, when the entire – virtually the entire scientific community thinks it's the great environmental crisis that we face,' Sanders continued.
'Maybe Trump should worry about those issues, rather than Bill Clinton's sex life,' the Vermont senator concluded.
Bash said she was impressed.