HILTON HEAD, S.C. — For Donald Trump, the 2016 election is a war - one he's not planning on losing.
Trump called rival candidates like Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush his "enemies" in the war for the White House on Wednesday. "We view this as a war," he told a packed house here. "Don't we view this as war? Right? It's war."

His latest battle is a war of words with Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton after she accused the real estate mogul of sexism. Trump has responded in recent days by rehashing former President Bill Clinton's infidelities and alleged sexual misconduct, as well as repeating his claim that "nobody respects women more than Donald Trump."
Trump, who has always had a nothing-off-limits approach to campaigning, called Bill Clinton one of the "greatest abusers in the world," cited "tremendous abuse of women," and elicited laughter from the crowd when he mentioned Hillary Clinton's "husband's situation."