"[Joe Biden] roped himself into a certain group of people," Trump told sports journalist Clay Travis during an interview Tuesday.
The president has previously bragged about using his fame to meet women.
Organizations dedicated to coaching female politicians have reported a hike in the number of seminar sign-ups.
Bonino tells Newsweek that equality is a "process."
"Staving off the worst impacts of climate change will be severely hindered under this next U.S. administration," the letter says.
The Breitbart News mogul has been accused of sexual assault, sexual harassment and sexism.
The Democrat's popularity among white, working-class men proved to be significantly low.
The president-elect's promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act will affect millions of women.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said she is worried Trump won't "build bridges" with Africa.
The U.S. president said Hillary Clinton is "consistently treated differently."
"Jane Doe" was due to reveal her identity at a press conference but received death threats.
Alicia Machado, allegedly called "Miss Piggy" by Trump, welcomed Clinton in Florida.
Trump said some of his accusers are too unattractive to warrant his sexual advances.
New allegations by a series of women have rocked the Republican presidential campaign.
Trump allegedly told Howard Stern, via CNN, that he "sort of gets away with things like that."
Clinton used Trump's swipes to address his derogatory comments toward women.