Although he face's criticism Trump still believes that he's the best candidate for women

By Naja Rayne
Updated March 15, 2016 10:40 PM
Splash News

Many of Donald Trump‘s comments have been called controversial, but one topic that’s followed him since the beginning of the campaign trail is his attitude toward women.

From his feud-inciting words directed at Megyn Kelly to his harsh comments about Heidi Klum‘s appearance, the GOP front-runner doesn’t hold back when it comes to speaking his mind – but his words have constantly landed him in hot water.

In an early Fox News debate, Kelly pointed out that Trump has called women he dislikes “fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals.” Later, the billionaire business publicly hit back at Kelly, saying that she had blood “coming out of her eyes,” among other places.

Despite some dissent, Trump still maintains that he is a good choice for women, touting the roles that he employs them in as a businessman.

“I respect women. I love women. I cherish women,” he said during the No Labels Problem Solver Convention. “I respect women incredibly. I have had women working for me in positions that they’ve never worked in terms of so many jobs. I have given women more opportunity than I would say, virtually anybody, in the construction industry.”