I think if he were a woman we would be much less tough on him in matters of integrity.
I have to disagree, maybe because I feel more sympathetic to women under fire.
Many of Clinton's "scandals", in my opinion, just aren't.
1. She insulted some Trump supporters and suddenly it's the issue of the campaign. Meanwhile, when a guy refers to Mexicans as murderers and rapists, and never really apologizes for his remark, it fades into the background.
2. She got sick. Big deal! I flirt with pneumonia 3 times a year. (I haven't gotten it in 10 years, but I flirt with it.)
3. She lies sometimes. Well, guess what, she's in politics.
4. Worried about her emails? Listen to what bobsal has repeatedly said about Bush and his lost emails, and how it was a non-story then.
So that's Clinton, let's move on to how we treat another woman, Michelle Bachman, someone whose views I find, well, deplorable. I think she, too, gets treated unfairly.
When she was running in the primaries in 2012, many people posted ugly pictures of her. Many others decided to focus on the power dynamic of her private relationship to her husband. There, too, you had cheap shots based on nothing. Scandals that really weren't.