Clinton Surrogate Ed Rendell: There Are More Ugly Women Than Attractive Women in America

Patrick Howley, Breitbart

Hillary Clinton campaign surrogate Ed Rendell said that Donald Trump will be hurt by the fact that there are more “ugly” women in America than “attractive women.”

Rendell, the former Pennsylvania governor, told the Washington Post that Trump’s comments on the fairer sex will hurt him among ugly women.

“Will he have some appeal to working-class Dems in Levittown or Bristol? Sure,” Rendell said. “For every one he’ll lose 1½ , two Republican women. Trump’s comments like ‘You can’t be a 10 if you’re flat-chested,’ that’ll come back to haunt him. There are probably more ugly women in America than attractive women. People take that stuff personally.”

Trump owned the Miss USA and Miss Universe beauty pageants from 1996 to 2015.

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Former DNC Chairman and ex-Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, a huge Hillary Clinton backer, did his best Donald Trump impersonation Wednesday, saying the GOP front-runner’s condescending comments about women will backfire because there are “there are probably more ugly women in America than attractive women.”

In eye-opening interview with The Washington Post, Rendell, 72, was discussing Trump’s electoral prospects in the suburbs of Philadelphia, where Rendell was mayor from 1992 to 2000, when his comments suddenly began to resemble the mogul’s.

“Will he have some appeal to working-class Dems in Levittown or Bristol? Sure,” Rendell said. “For every one he’ll lose one and a half, two Republican women. Trump’s comments like ‘You can’t be a 10 if you’re flat-chested,’ that’ll come back to haunt him.”

“There are probably more ugly women in America than attractive women. People take that stuff personally,” added Rendell, who is a superdelegate in the 2016 Democratic race backing Clinton.

A representative for the Clinton campaign didn’t immediately respond to questions about Rendell’s comments.

Rendell later apologized for the remark, telling the Associated Press his comments were, “incredibly dumb and selfish.”