Melania Trump On Bringing Up Bill Clinton's Infidelity: 'They're Asking For It'

”Well, if they bring [up] my past, why not?”

Melania Trump, wife of presidential hopeful Donald Trump, thinks it’s fair for the GOP nominee’s campaign to attack Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for her husband’s past infidelity.

“They’re asking for it,” Trump told Fox News.

“Well, if they bring [up] my past, why not?” Trump added, claiming the Clintons had questioned her past modeling work “from the beginning of the campaign.” However, the Clinton campaign never formally released any statement over the photos.

Photos from Trump’s modeling career, including a series of nude images that the New York Post published in August, has garnered attention during the course of her husband’s campaign.

“That was my modeling days, and I’m proud of what I did,” Trump said. “I worked very hard.”

Donald Trump and his allies have regularly attacked his Democratic rival for former President Bill Clinton’s past infidelity. Ahead of the second presidential debate, the GOP nominee held an event he called “debate prep” with four women who had accused the former president of misconduct.

Twelve women have come forward in the past month with accusations that Donald Trump sexually assaulted them.

Editor’s note: Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.