MSNBC Host Says Trump Made ‘Vicious Attacks’ About Clinton’s ‘Alleged Affairs’

MSNBC reporter Tamron Hall said Monday that presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump had made "vicious attacks" against Bill Clinton for his "alleged affairs."

Trump has brought up Clinton's sexual past as a means of criticizing Hillary Clinton, his likely opponent in this fall's general election.

"These vicious attacks that Trump has leveled against Hillary Clinton," Hall said. "Her husband's affair or affairs, alleged affairs."

Bill Clinton has admitted to an inappropriate relationship with Monica Lewinsky during a televised speech in 1998, and he also has admitted having an affair with Gennifer Flowers before he was in the White House.

"Indeed, I did have a relationship with Ms. Lewinsky that was not appropriate," Clinton said, after initially saying he did not "have sexual relations with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky." "In fact, it was wrong. It constituted a critical lapse in judgment and a personal failure on my part, for which I am solely and completely responsible."

Bill Clinton has been accused of inappropriate relationships with multiple other women dating back throughout his political career.