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Matt Rourke, File, Associated Press
FILE - In this April 26, 2016 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks. After toying with gender politics off and on during the campaign, Donald Trump is all in on a mission to undercut Hillary Clinton’s credentials by syncing up his say-anything campaign strategy with his alpha-male persona.

WASHINGTON — She has no stamina. She shouts. She's got nothing going for her but being a woman.

That's how Donald Trump often describes Hillary Clinton — potential rivals in the November election for president.

The Republican front-runner seems on a mission to undercut Clinton's credentials by syncing up his say-anything campaign strategy with his alpha-male persona.

And while he's promising to "cherish" and "protect" women as president, he's dismissing Democrat Clinton — a former senator, secretary of state and first lady — as little more than a token female who's playing the "woman's card."

For many voters, Trump's line of attack is baffling at a time when America is trying to deal with far more complex matters of gender, such as gay marriage and transgender rights.